Friday, April 28, 2017, 10:36 AM
Floyd County – Yesterday evening, trooper Brandon Farias was working on Interstate #64 near the 121 Mile Marker when he stopped a 2002 silver Chrysler PT Cruiser traveling East at 100 miles per hour. The driver was a juvenile female from Owensboro, Kentucky that did not have a driver’s license. There were two other juvenile females in the car along with Nazarine Lamar Ingram, 41, from Louisville, KY.
During the traffic stop, a Georgetown Police Officer and his police K-9 assisted trooper Farias with a walk around sniff of the stopped car. The K-9 alerted on the vehicle indicating a presence of a controlled substance. A search of the vehicle was completed with officers locating a small children’s backpack under the front passenger seat containing $10,000.00 in U.S. Currency. Officers also located alleged Cocaine in the vehicle.
The juvenile driver was cited for Reckless Driving and Operating without Ever Receiving a License. The front seat passenger, Nazarine Lamar Ingram, was placed under arrest and transported to the Floyd County Jail on the charges of Possession of Cocaine/Narcotic Drug; Maintaining a Common Nuisance and Taking a Child to a Nuisance.
All Subjects are Innocent Until and Unless Proven Guilty in a Court of Law
SOURCE: Indiana State Police – Sellersburg District 45