DUFF, TN (WLAF) – A Duff woman attempted to flee but failed in her attempt. Campbell County Sheriff’s Deputy Justin Phillips answered a call about a disturbance at 1410 Hwy 90, Duff. The alleged individual involved in the disturbance was identified as Sandra Dean Osborne.

As Phillips arrived on scene, just before noon on Friday, June 17, he saw Osborne running on White Oak Rd away from the scene. Phillips made contact with Osborne at the intersection of White Oak Rd and Little White Oak Rd in Duff. Phillips was advised by dispatch that the warrant was for a violation of probation. Osborne was placed under arrest for the warrant.

While preparing Osborne for transport to the jail, Phillips allegedly found a multi-colored plastic cigarette case in her front pocket. Inside the case was a hand rolled cigarette with a green leafy substance believed to be Marijuana. Three small hand rolled burnt cigarettes that also had a green/brown leafy substance thought to be Marijuana. Also in the case was a small clear plastic bag with a crystal like substance that is likely Methamphetamine. Two of the bags with the crystal like substance believed to be Methamphetamine.

As Osborne was being transported to the jail, she was moving around in the back seat, bending over and reaching around to the front of her waist. She ignored repeated commands to sit up, stop bending over and reaching around to her front waist band. Phillips noticed a white paper towel in the back floorboard in front of the seat where she was sitting. After Osborne was taken out of the patrol car, Phillips allegedly found a glass pipe with white and burnt residue inside it. Phillips determined that the glass pipe had been wrapped up in the paper towel.

Osborne, 49, 270 Little White Oak Rd, Duff was charged with violation of probation (general sessions court), manufacture deliver sell or possession of Methamphetamine, possession of schedule VI and possession of drug paraphernalia. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 06/27/2022-6AM)