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Alleged: Going To Drug Court With Search Waiver And Meth Onboard; Felony Arrest – HOT SPRINGS


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Posted by Arkansas 911 News Chief Editor Paul Maddox

All suspects are presumed innocent until determined guilty in court.

Hot Springs Police Officer Plyler reports that he was on patrol in the area of Oaklawn Casino when he saw a grey Pontiac car fail to stop at the Higdon Ferry Road stop light.

Off. Plyler turned on the blue lights and stopped the vehicle at the intersection of Central Avenue at Oaklawn Avenue.  He approached and made contact with the driver, Megan Sharee Taylor, 26, of Jimmy Coleman Road in Mt. Ida.  Ms. Taylor’s pertinents were checked through the police computer.  The check revealed that her driver’s license was suspended at the time, she has numerous prior drug arrests and she had a valid search waiver on file, stemming from a prior court judgement.

Megan Sharee Taylor, 26, of Jimmy Coleman Road in Mt. Ida – allegedly ran the red light on her way to drug court with meth onboard and a search waiver on file.

During the visit, Ms. Taylor repeatedly denied being in current possession of drugs.  She also said that she was on her way to drug court.  The vehicle was searched and (1) .8 gram meth rock hidden in a cigarette package was found.

Ms. Taylor was arrested and transported to the Garland County Detention Center for processing.  She is charged with Felony Possession Of A Controlled Substance and traffic violation(s) with bond set at $2,500.