GILLESPIE COUNTY – A drug arrest took place after a traffic stop by a Gillespie County deputy on Tuesday, according to Gillespie County officials.
The traffic stop occurred for a traffic violation in the 14000 block of SH 16 South on July 2 at approximately 12:35 a.m.
Once the deputy made contact with the driver, a 25-year-old from Bandera, it was discovered that she was driving with a suspended license.
Initially, the female was arrested for Driving While License Invalid – Enhanced, but as the deputy took inventory of the vehicle, GCSO reported that the deputy discovered evidence indicating the sale and packaging of illegal narcotics.
The Gillespie County Sheriff’s Office stated that the deputy also found two “corner style” bags containing methamphetamine weighing a combined total of over 3 grams.
Along with her previous charged of Driving While License Invalid – Enhanced, the female was also charged with Manufacture or Delivery of a Controlled Substance PG 1 >= 1 Gram < 4 Grams, a 2nd-degree felony.
The female was booked into the Gillespie County Jail.
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