Bobbie Jo Randolph recently had the misfortune of being in the wrong car at the wrong time.


When the black Saturn she was riding in crossed the fog line and then remained on the fog line, Campbell County Sheriff’s Deputy Zachary Daugherty took notice.

After stopping the Saturn and asking for identification, the passenger, Randolph, was unable to provide anything other than her name and date of birth. Daugherty found out through dispatch that Randolph allegedly had two active warrants and placed her under arrest. A search of Randolph’s belongings revealed a small blue pipe, a small joint believed to be marijuana, one empty diabetic needle, one diabetic needle with a small amount of clear liquid that Randolph allegedly said was Subutex and a plastic spoon with a white powdery substance stuck to it that Randolph said was also Subutex, according to a report from the Campbell County Sheriff’s Department.

Randolph, 39, 704 Rose Hill Drive, LaFollette is charged with theft of property under $999.99, capias/bench warrant, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of schedule III-controlled substance and possession of schedule VI-controlled substance.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 01/25/2019-6AM)