Tennessee Woman Found In Possession of Over 15 Grams of Methamphetamine

COOKEVILLE, T.N. – A Bloomington Springs woman was pulled over due to having no tail lights and was taken into custody on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine, according to police.

On August 14th, Jennifer Cole, 43, was pulled over by an officer of Cookeville Police Department for not having any tail lights. Allegedly, Cole was acting nervous and then stated that she didn’t have a license. After being asked to exit her vehicle, allegedly Cole admitted that she had a syringe in her pocket.

According to the warrant, during a pat down the officer found two baggies with what appeared to be methamphetamine. A drawstring bag was also recovered from the passenger floor board. More baggies of meth along with scales and empty baggies were found within the bag. 15.9 grams of methamphetamine and $50 in cash were recovered in total.

Cole was charged with Methamphetamine- manufacture, Deliver, Sell or Possess and her total bond is set at $25,000.

All parties are innocent until proven guilty.