DUFF, TN (WLAF) – Campbell County Sheriff’s Lt. Nathaniel Bostic was recently traveling on Little White Oak Rd when he noticed Carla Edwina Douglas in the driver seat of a passing vehicle. Bostic knew that Douglas driver’s license was revoked, because he had stopped her five days before.

He stopped the silver Mitsubishi and spoke with Douglas. Bostic ran a check on her license, and it was still showing revoked. The officer then asked her and her passenger, Richard Scott Malicoat to get out of the car.

After the occupants exited the vehicle, Bostic had his K9 partner, Santo, conduct an exterior sniff of the vehicle and the K9 alerted. A search of the car revealed a black backpack with a green bag inside of it. Inside the bag was a small plastic container with a blue lid with a small plastic baggy with a crystal like substance inside of it. During the search Bostic was joined by Deputy Christopher West who transported the passenger of the Mitsubishi to the Campbell County Jail, while Bostic transported Douglas to the jail.

After West took the passenger to the jail, he allegedly found two clear plastic baggies with a crystal like substance, blue pill and white powdery substance in the backseat of his patrol car.

Douglas, 39, 206 Wooldridge Pike, Newcomb was charged with driving on revoked/suspended 2nd offense, violation of TN financial law, possession of schedule I controlled substance, possession of schedule II controlled substance and possession of schedule IV controlled substance.

Malicoat, 40, 440 Shady Pine Lane, Newcomb is charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession schedule II controlled substance. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 07/30/2021-6AM)