Indiana State Police arrest 2 for dealing meth after traffic stop on I-64
Troopers get help from K-9 officer "Teague" to find three ounces of meth in the car.
CORYDON, Ind. (WDRB) -- A traffic stop in southern Indiana has landed two people in jail for dealing methamphetamine.
An Indiana State Police trooper pulled over 18-year-old Dagon Aires Frye of Vincennes, Indiana early Thursday morning for speeding on Interstate 64 in Harrison County.
With help from a K-9 officer "Teague," troopers say they found about three ounces of meth down the pants of 54-year-old Vicki Lynn Smith of Birdseye, Indiana.
Both Frye and Smith were arrested and charged with dealing and possessing meth.
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