Karla Lynn Maxwell, of Lithonia, was arrested Sept. 3 for possession of a controlled substance, crack cocaine.
At around 6:30 a.m. a white Ford F-150 left the Shell gas station on Sigman Road from Highway 138 at a high speed, where a Rockdale County Sheriff's Office deputy activated his emergency lights and pulled over the vehicle in front of the Blessed Hope Church.
The driver was Milton Massey of Loganville, who, according to reports, said he was giving his passenger a ride home. The passenger was Maxwell of Lithonia.
According to reports the deputy asked Maxwell if there was anything in the vehicle that he needed to know about and, at first she said no." The deputy asked her again based on her hesitation and she said, "yes that there was a pipe in a blue bag."
After Massey, 37, said there was nothing in the truck, the deputy searched the vehicle, where he found a blue backpack that on the floor board of the passenger seat.
According to reports, the bag contained a smaller blue bag, which contained two glass pipes and one plastic bottle made into a pipe and another plastic pipe.
According to reports "There was also a clear plastic sandwich bag that was tied into a knot on one end that contained a white rock substance believed to be crack/cocaine. There as also lighters and copper brillo." Massey told the deputy the bag belonged to Maxwell.
According to reports when Maxwell was asked what the meth was doing in her bag, she said she was crack/cocaine not meth.
Maxwell was taken into custody and charged with possession and use of drug related objects and possession of a schedule II controlled substance.