BULL CREEK — A traffic stop by the Boone County Sheriff’s Office led to charges against two Danville residents on June 18.
According to a criminal complaint filed by Sgt. Eric Eversole, a search was conducted during a traffic stop that netted 38 grams of methamphetamine, which was recovered from a purse in the vehicle belonging to one of the defendants. During an interview, the defendants admitted to selling and delivering the drug, according to the complaint.
Mary Elizabeth Hager, 40, of Danville, was charged with possession with intent to deliver and conspiracy.
A man in the vehicle was interviewed and the officer “learned that the man conspired to deliver 50 grams of methamphetamine,” according to the report.
Thomas James Medina, 59, of Danville, was charged with possession with intent to deliver, conspiracy and unlawful possession of a firearm by felon.
The report also states that the officer located a .38-caliber firearm that Medina said belonged to him; Medina was previously convicted of a felony drug offense in West Virginia.
As of CVN print deadline, the pair were held at Southwestern Regional Jail on $50,000 property/surety bonds (each). Additionally, Medina shows another case pending in the court system.