LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Two New Albany men were arrested Thursday after an Indiana State Police Trooper found meth, cash and a shotgun in a car with two young children in the back seat.
According to a news release, it happened Feb. 8 around 2:30 p.m. That's when a trooper from the state police post in Sellersburg stopped the white Mitsubishi driven by 32-year-old Russell Miller on Vincennes Street in New Albany for running a red light.
Police say Miller didn't have a driver's license, and the car was falsely registered. Miller's passenger -- 43-year-old Michael Frazier from New Albany -- did not have a license or ID.
After searching the vehicle, police found a shotgun, meth and $14,000 in cash.
Miller was arrested and faces charges of possession of meth, possession of meth while carrying a weapon, neglect of a dependent, possession of a firearm by a serious violent felony offender, possession of a controlled substance and driving while suspended.
Frazier is charged with possession of a firearm by a serious violent felony offender and visiting a common nuisance. Both men were being held at the Floyd County Jail.
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