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Traffic stop leads to drug-dealing charges


March 30, 2011
Two people from Fredericksburg were charged with dealing marijuana after police found the drug during a traffic stop in Greenville last Wednesday afternoon.

Indiana State Police troopers who conducted the initial stop, along U.S. 150 at Cross Street, called for K-9 Kilo, who, after walking around the 1998 Oldsmobile Bravada, alerted, signaling it may contain a controlled substance.

According to the ISP, a search of the vehicle produced approximately a half-pound of marijuana.

The vehicle's driver, Jinny L. Wiggington, 31, was charged with dealing marijuana over 30 grams, neglect of a dependent and maintaining a common nuisance, all Class D felonies.

A passenger, William (Eric) Johnson, 40, was charged with dealing marijuana over 30 grams, possession of marijuana over 30 grams, neglect of a dependent and visiting a common nuisance, all Class D felonies.

Both subjects were incarcerated in the Floyd County Jail as they awaited their initial court appearance.

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