A woman stopped not far from her residence, is now calling jail home after being arrested on multiple drug charges.
Amy Renea Matlock, 32, of 190 Butter and Egg Road in Jacksboro was stopped by the Jacksboro Police Department at 1:10 a.m. Sunday night.
According to the arrest report, Officer Zachary Graves made the traffic stop on Butter and Egg Road.
Matlock was driving a blue Ford Bronco with the driver’s side headlight out, said Graves about the reason she was stopped.
Graves then made contact with the driver, Matlock, and passenger, William Riley Morgan, 36, of 520 East Kentucky Avenue in LaFollette.
According to Graves, both the driver and passenger had outstanding warrants for their arrests.
Matlock was wanted in Campbell County and Morgan was wanted in Sevier County, said Graves.
“I located schedule II, schedule IV, a joint and drug paraphernalia in the defendant’s purse,” said Graves.
Morgan was arrested and awaits transfer to Sevier County.
Matlock was arrested and charged with possession of schedule IV controlled substance, possession of marijuana, possession of schedule II controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a legend drug.
She is being held at the jail with a bond of $6,000.