A Westmoreland, Tennessee woman was cited on a drug possession charge after Franklin Police responded to an alleged shoplifting complaint at Walmart.

Trishta Dawn Farrell, 34, was cited for possession of a controlled substance — methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia — buy or possession, second degree criminal trespassing and theft by unlawful taking — shoplifting — under $500.

The citation said suspected methamphetamine and paraphernalia were allegedly found during a search of Farrell’s property.

The citation also said she allegedly skip scanned almost $27 worth of items and was trespassed from Walmart earlier for alleged shoplifting.

Officer Travis Frank issued the citation at about 5 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 27.

A two-vehicle collision in the 6,900 block of Scottsville Road injured two Franklin residents on August 23.

Shauna Hopkins, 40, was taken by Franklin-Simpson Ambulance Service to TriStar Greenview Regional Hospital in Bowling Green.

Perry Romeo, 67, was taken by F-S Ambulance Service to The Medical Center at Franklin.

The collision report said Ms. Hopkins was the driver of a 2018 Kia Optima passenger car and Romeo was the passenger of a 2004 Dodge Dakota pick up truck involved in the collision.

The collision report said the pick up truck was driven by Robert Bush, 66, city of residence not listed on the report.

The report said Hopkins was east bound attempting to turn onto a driveway and Bush was west bound when the collision occurred.

Simpson County Deputy Sheriff Cody Snazelle investigated the collision that took place at approximately 5:05 p.m.

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