LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – A LaFollette man fails to yield, ends up in jail. Campbell County Sheriff’s Deputy Franklin Ayers was driving north on South Ave. in LaFollette last Wednesday when he noticed a vehicle that failed to yield. Ayers stopped the vehicle and checked the man identified as Kirk Larry Snodderly by his driver’s license. The check revealed his license was suspended with one prior, and he had three active arrest warrants.
Ayers was joined by Lt. Gary Jeffers who asked Snodderly to get out of the vehicle and placed him under arrest. Jeffers asked the man if he had anything illegal on him and Snodderly allegedly reported that he had a bag of Meth inside his pants. The Lieutenant recovered a zip lock bag that contained a crystal rock substance and a glass pipe used to smoke Meth, according to a report from the sheriff’s department. Also found in his front pants pocket was a set of digital scales with residue on them.
Snodderly, 43, 601 Claiborne Rd, LaFollette was charged with two counts traffic control device, driving on revoked/suspended (2nd offense), possession of schedule II controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 06/08/2023-6AM)