Huntsville, TN (2018-01-29) An Indiana woman who was the subject of a disturbance call in Robbins has been booked locally on drug charges after authorities allegedly found more than six grams of meth in her car.
Ann M. Lovelace, 39, of Medora, IN was arrested Sunday morning after authorities responded to a disturbance call at a residence on Brimstone Road in the Robbins community. According to an arrest warrant written by Deputy Gordon Byrd, Lovelace reportedly had more than six grams of methamphetamine in the trunk of her car.
Authorities say that Lovelace was the sole occupant of an orange Dodge Charger Super Bee they stopped in the parking lot of the Barton Chapel Church Sunday morning. Lovelace was the subject of an earlier disturbance call. In his narrative, Byrd said Sgt. Paul D. Adkins passed Lovelace en route to a disturbance call in the 2000 block of Brimstone Road. Adkins turned around and followed Lovelace, who was pulled over shortly thereafter by Byrd on Scott Highway.
Authorities say they found six grams of methamphetamine, along with a host of drug paraphernalia in Lovelace’s car, including a dollar bill that had been used as a snorting straw, a meth pipe, other snorting straws, pipe cleaners, and a pair of razor blades. While authorities searched her car, Lovelace reportedly attempted to discard a piece of paper that had been fashioned into a snorting straw on the ground outside the vehicle.
Lovelace was charged with possession of methamphetamine, a schedule II-controlled substance; drugged driving while in the possession of meth; and possession of drug paraphernalia.