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CPD: Traffic stop leads to DUI, meth charges

By Officer Adam Cravens, PIO
Columbia Police Department

The Columbia Police initiated a traffic stop on Campbellsville Street early Thursday morning, November 5, 2020, which resulted in drug charges.

A vehicle was stopped as it was headed into town just after 1amCT near Grant Lane. After making contact with the operator, it was later determined she was under the influence, and she was taken into custody. A K-9 unit was additionally utilized and after alerting on the vehicle, drug paraphernalia and suspected methamphetamine were located.



Lindsey Keeney, 29, of Louisville, has been charged with operating under the influence, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of controlled substance methamphetamine, as well as other traffic violations.

Officer Trevor Foster was the arresting Officer. He was asssited on scene by Officer Adam Cravens.


This story was posted on 2020-11-05 06:14:57
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