JACKSBORO, TN (WLAF) – A vehicle’s failure to stop at a stop sign caught the attention of Campbell County Sheriff’s Lt. Nathaniel Bostic early on the morning of Thu., Dec. 3. He noticed a vehicle traveling on Liberty Street toward Towe String Road did not stop at the first stop sign at Liberty Street and Island Road. He then saw the vehicle not stop at the next stop sign and continue onto Towe String Road.
Bostic stopped the vehicle on Mount Paran Road near the county garage; The driver of the vehicle was Kasandra Sharay Wells. Bostic requested to see her license, registration, and proof of financial responsibility, according to a report from the sheriff’s department. She allegedly told him she did not have insurance and that she could not find the registration. While speaking with her Bostic noticed a smoking pipe on the dash. At this point, Bostic requested Wells and her passenger, Nathaniel Jerome Saylor, to get out of the vehicle. Wells did tell him that there were some hypodermic needles under the driver’s seat and inside of a plastic box in the rear seat of the vehicle.
A search of the vehicle revealed more drug paraphernalia on the passenger side of the vehicle.
Wells, 27, 514 N 13th Street, LaFollette is charged with traffic control device, violation of TN financial law, possession of drug paraphernalia.
Saylor, 39, 2784 Flat Hollow Road, LaFollette is charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of schedule II-controlled substance and violation of probation out of general sessions court. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED 12/11/20 6AM)