On August 12th, Officer Aaron Johnson, with the Oneida Police Department, initiated a traffic stop on a white Chevy pickup at the intersection of Sandcut Road and Highway 27 for a light law violation. Officer Johnson asked the driver of the vehicle, identified as Delaine Lyons, if there was anything in the vehicle that was illegal and Lyons stated no and was welcome more than welcome to search the vehicle. Upon searching Lyons’ luggage, Officer Johnson, along with Sgt. Brett Bond, found a black container containing a set of scales with meth residue on the scale and a small spoon containing crystal meth. Officer Johnson also ran warrant checks on Lyons through NCIC. The warrants came back that Lyons had an indictment warrant out of McCreary County, Kentucky. Lyons was charged with Possession of a Schedule II Drug, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and being a Fugitive from Justice. He was transported to the Scott County Justice Center for booking.