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Posted on: September 19, 2012

[ARCHIVED] Traffic stop leads to CDS arrest

On 09/18/12 at approximately 2342 hours Officer K. Meyer was on routine patrol when he noticed a vehicle in a known drug area of the city. A MVA inquiry was done on the vehicle and the driver was suspended. A traffic stop was made on the vehicle and the driver appeared very nervous, her hands were shaking and she was breathing heavy. A K-9 was called to the scene to do a sniff of the vehicle. The sniff resulted in a positive alert to the odor of CDS. Located in the center console of the vehicle was a small plastic bag that contained suspected CDS. The driver was arrested and transported to Central Booking.


Arrestee: Victoria Katherine McGregor
08/30/1994
1000 Block Norwick Rd
Frederick, MD

Charges: Suspended license and privilege
Driving without license
Possession of Marijuana
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Arresting Officer: OFC Kevin Meyer

Preparing Officer: CPL Angela Waechter

Case Number: 2012-58901

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