Pineville woman arrested again for drugs less than 10 days from last arrest
From WRIL -
Monday night September 14, 2020 Middlesboro Officer Caleb Ayers made a traffic stop on a gold Cadillac on north 15th street for a temporary tag not in the proper position on the vehicle.
During the stop Officer Ayers found that the driver, identified as 23 year old Alleigha Hunter of Pineville, was in possession of a significant amount of drugs along with scales and cash.
She was arrested and lodged in the Bell County Detention Center. Hunter was charged with trafficking in controlled substance - 1st degree, 1st offense - (greater than 2 grams Methamphetamine) and improper registration plate. She is being held on a $2,500 cash bond.
This arrest was less than ten days from another arrest on Friday night September 4, 2020. She was taken into custody along with 30 year old Chase Naff by Officer Ryan Collins.
Officer Collins searched the truck the two were in and found various amounts of Marijuana, a small gray bag containing suspected Methamphetamine, the glass pipe, and a Marijuana grinder.
Under the driver’s where Naff was sitting was found a Smith & Wesson firearm which he was not to be in possession of due to being a convicted felon. Hunter was found to have an outstanding Bell County warrant.
Both Chase Naff and Aleigha Hunter were arrested and lodged in the Bell County Detention Center.
Naff and Hunter were each charged with trafficking in controlled substance – 1st degree, 1st offense greater than two grams – (Methamphetamine), trafficking in Marijuana less than eight ounces 1st offense, and buying/possessing drug paraphernalia. Hunter was also served her outstanding warrant.
She was released later the same day on bond.