Traffic Stop for Failing to Signal nets Meth

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Vanderburgh County – At approximately 1:30 this morning, Trooper Tyler Widner was patrolling Lynch Road near US 41 when he stopped the driver of a 2019 Chevrolet Malibu for failing to signal when required. The driver was identified as Jillian Alley, 19, of Newburgh. A front seat passenger was identified as Jeremy Shoemaker, 24, of Branchville. A wanted check revealed Shoemaker had a misdemeanor warrant for failure to appear out of Vanderburgh County.

Trooper Widner searched the vehicle and found approximately five grams of methamphetamine, two glass smoking devices and digital scales. Alley and Shoemaker were arrested and taken to the Vanderburgh County Jail where they are currently being held without bond.

Arrested and Charges:

  • Jillian Alley, Newburgh, IN
  1. Possession of Meth, Class 6 Felony
  2. Possession of Paraphernalia, Class C Misdemeanor
  3. Driving While Intoxicated-Refusal, Class C Misdemeanor

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  • Jeremy Shoemaker, Branchville, IN
  1. Possession of Meth, Class 6 Felony
  2. Possession of Paraphernalia, Class C Misdemeanor

Arresting Officer: Trooper Tyler Widner, Indiana State Police

Assisting Officer: Master Trooper Doug Humphrey, Indiana State Police

 

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