After stopping the vehicle, Deputy Meador checked the driver’s license of the driver, identified as Misty Jean Wooden, 24, of Lebanon, and found they were revoked and that she had a violation of probation against her.
Deputy Meador placed her under arrest at that time. The passenger in the vehicle, Brandon E. Brewington, 24, of Lebanon, also did not have a valid driver’s license.
At that time, Detective Jimmy Hardin and Captain Darrell Taylor and Master State Trooper Neal Ferguson arrived at the scene.
Detective Hardin reported that Captain Taylor observed a large yellow medicine bottle full of pills in the glove compartment of the vehicle.
Upon further investigating, 1,047 pseudoephedrine pills were found. Also found, was a pink purse with eight syringes, a spoon, and a bottle of clear liquid believed to be methamphetamine.
At that time, Deputy Leslie Moss was called to the scene to search the female suspect. No other narcotics were found on her person after the search.
Wooden and Brewington were transported to the Justice Center where they were booked with promoting of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia by Detective Hardin. Wooden was charged with violation of probation and driving on revoked by Deputy Meador.
The charge of promoting of methamphetamine is a new law under the set up by Governor Bredesen’s Meth Free Tennessee.
Wooden has a court date of November 30, with a bond on the charges by Detective Hardin set at $10,500. She received no bond for the charge of violation of probation and driving on revoked license.
Brewington also has a court date of November 30, with a bond set at $10,500.