Jimmy Darrell Rains was driving on Queener Road in Caryville when Campbell County Sheriff’s Deputy Cody Douglas noticed he was having trouble maintaining his speed.
While Douglas was behind Rains he noticed he crossed the double yellow line once and straddled the double line twice in a span of half a mile. When Douglas stopped him noticed Rains was nervous and told the officer he was scared and sped up because he did not have a license to drive. He did have a Tennessee Identification only and his license were suspended for not having vehicle insurance in the past. A check of records revealed that his license were suspended for non-compliance with the Tennessee Financial Responsibility Law with no priors driving suspended. Douglas asked if he had anything on him or in the car that would harm him. Rains said he had two hypodermic needles in the middle console and two Suboxene strips in his wallet that he used to take the drugs with. The tag on the vehicle was registered to a different vehicle. Rains, 43, 354 Clear Lake Drive, Jacksboro is charged with drivers to exercise due care, possession of schedule III-controlled substance, violation registration law, violation of TN financial law and driving while suspended. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED 6/15/2018 6AM)