Johnson County deputy finds meth in car

(Provided Photo/Johnson County Sheriff's Office)
(Provided Photo/Johnson County Sheriff's Office)

JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) — A Johnson County deputy pulled over a car with only one headlight, but ended up discovering a driver without a license and about half a pound of meth, according to a Johnson County Sheriff’s Office report.

Timothy Bridgeman told police he was transporting the meth to Martinsville for $500. A deputy pulled him over on State Road 37 near Bluff Acres because he was driving a car with only one headlight, according to the police report. When the deputy approached the car, Bridgeman admitted his license was suspended.

While preparing the car to be towed, the deputy found a glass pipe and 8.3 ounces of meth. Bridgeman also told the officer he had more meth stuffed in his sock, according to the police report.

Bridgeman was arrested on preliminary charges of dealing in meth, possession of meth, possession of paraphernalia and driving while suspended.

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