DOVER, Tenn. (WTVF) — A woman was arrested in Stewart County Tuesday night for the manufacturing, selling, delivery and possession of meth.
According to the Stewart County Standard, around 11:55 p.m., Stewart County Sheriff's Deputy Bo Riner stopped 38-year-old Jennifer Barber on Highway 120 in Bumpus Mills for going over the speed limit.
With the help of a K9 handler and the Stewart County Sheriff's trained dog, the deputies discovered 60 grams of methamphetamine. The deputies also found a handgun and $1,300 in cash.
Barber was booked at Stewart County jail for manufacturing, selling, delivering, and possessing a Schedule II Substance; promotion of methamphetamine manufacture; possession of a handgun while intoxicated and possession of a weapon during felony.