Traffic stop leads to drug arrest of 2 Springfield women in Indiana

Two Springfield women were caught with 15 pounds of suspected methamphetamine during an Indiana traffic stop police said.

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Kortinee Glenn, 26, and Brooklyn Wagner, 23, both of Springfield, were arrested on suspicion of dealing methamphetamine and possession of methamphetamine, according to a press release from the Indiana State Police Putnamville District.

The traffic stop occurred around 3 p.m. on westbound Interstate 70 in Greencastle.

Police found 15 pounds of suspected meth in 14 vacuum-sealed plastic bags after a search of a gray 2008 Mercury Mariner. It’s not clear who was driving the vehicle.

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The drugs had an estimated street value of $30,000.

A K-9 unit responded after a trooper suspected possible criminal activity during the traffic stop, according to the release. The K-9 detected narcotics during a “free air sniff,” according to state police.

Both women were incarcerated in Putnam County Jail.

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