JACKSBORO, TN (WLAF) – A traffic violation led to a drug arrest.  On March 6, Campbell County Deputy James McCall noticed a maroon Kia make a left hand turn onto Island Ford Rd. without using a turn signal.   McCall stopped the vehicle and found the driver plus three passengers inside the vehicle. While McCall was running a check on the license of the driver, who was identified as Daniel Slone, Crpl. Travis Bostic deployed K-9 Santo for an exterior sniff of the vehicle. Bostic advised McCall there was alert from Santo, according to a report from the sheriff’s department.

At this point, a search of the vehicle was conducted. Inside the vehicle, there allegedly was a green bag containing three individually wrapped smaller bags of a clear crystal like substance believed to be schedule II meth, a black zip up bag containing a set of black digital scales with white residue and several needles were found in the passenger side floor board between Slone’s feet. Also, found was several small baggies in the center console of the vehicle. Slone had $778.65 cash in his front pocket that was believed to be proceeds used for the purchase and sale of drugs.

Slone, 46, 511 South Tennessee Avenue, LaFollette was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of schedule II-controlled substance.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 03/12/2020-6AM)