Cracked Windshield Leads to Meth Arrest

A Coffee County, Tennessee, police officer on February 9 stopped a vehicle for having a severely cracked windshield and ended up arresting a passenger on methamphetamine charges.

The officer spotted the cracked windshield on a black Ford Ranger. After stopping the vehicle, he noticed a passenger who was acting suspiciously.

A search of the vehicle uncovered a backpack with 1.28 grams of methamphetamine. The officer warned to get the windshield repaired and arrested the passenger.

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