The Simpson County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Russellville woman on seven charges following a traffic stop on Thursday, Sept. 10.

Vicki Lynn Ledbetter, 56, was charged with third-degree trafficking in a controlled substance — drug unspecified, trafficking in marijuana — less than eight ounces and possession of a controlled substance — heroin.

She was also charged with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance — drug unspecified, possession of a controlled substance — drug unspecified, careless driving and speeding — 15 miles per hour over the limit.

The arrest citation said items allegegedly found in the vehicle driven by Ms. Ledbtter and in her purse included suspected drugs and $2,210.

The arrest was made at about 1:45 a.m. following the traffic stop on Russellville Road.

Franklin Police arrested a Franklin man on a charge of receiving stolen property under $10,000 stemming from an alleged stolen vehicle.

Andrew Logan Ragland, 23, was arrested Thursday, Sept. 10 at his Jackson Street residence.

The arrest warrant says on Aug. 19 Ragland allegedly was operating and in possession of a stolen vehicle.

According to a warrant, a traffic stop was conducted of a vehicle allegedly driven by Ragland that was reported stolen from a North High Street residence. Due to computer files not working and not kowing the vehicle was reported stolen Ragland was cited and released for traffic violations.

The warrant was obtained by arresting officer Caleb Holloway.

Ragland was also arrested on a failure to appear charge in Simpson District Court.

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