A 24-year-old Florida woman has been arrested on Fentanyl trafficking charges after driving her vehicle with no license plate.
According to investigators, on Friday afternoon while working patrol in Crescent City, Florida, Deputy Griffith conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle without a license plate.
While talking to the occupants of the vehicle, Deputy Griffith noticed an odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle and saw a digital scale.
During a search of the vehicle, Deputy Griffith located a black backpack that contained about 32 grams of fentanyl in four plastic bags, as well as a coffee filter containing a white powder, a paper containing white powder, a hypodermic syringe, and another digital scale.
The passenger of the vehicle, Lindsie Presley, 24, of Georgetown told deputies the fentanyl was hers and she gets a discount. Presley also had $1,457 in cash.
The driver of the vehicle denied having knowledge of the drugs and was issued a traffic citation.
Presley was arrested and charged with trafficking fentanyl of 4 grams or more and possession of drug equipment. She was taken to the Putnam County Jail and held on a $500,500 bond.
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