Three Arrested After Traffic Stop in Sullivan County
State Police arrested three people Wednesday during a traffic stop in Sullivan County.
A trooper spotted what appeared to be an argument in a parking lot of a Sullivan store.
The three left in a pick-up truck which the trooper pulled over to check on its occupants.
Further investigation turned up pseudoephedrine tablets, marijuana, and two women wanted on warrants.
All three are being held in the Sullivan County Jail.
The driver, 51-year-old Gregory Taylor, and a passenger, 57-year-old Mary Kemper, both from Terre Haute, were arrested for Possession of more than 10 grams of pseudoephedrine and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Kemper was also arrested on a Sullivan county warrant.
Another passenger, 36-year-old Ginger Kendall of Terre Haute, was arrested on those same charges as well as Possession of Marijuana (under 30 grams) and on a Clark County, Illinois warrant.