K-9 sniff test nets 8 grams of cocaine after taillight stop

31-year-old Brandy Pennala was charged with light law violation, possession of cocaine, and resisting arrest after being stopped for a taillight violation that led to police discovering cocaine on her person.

On April 29th, a routine traffic stop was conducted on 100 Providence Blvd by CPD Officer Robert Dill on a red Jeep for taillights not being on at night. Brandy Pennala was identified as the driver. A K9 officer then arrived on scene to conduct a sniff test. Officer Hill then asked Pennala to step out of the vehicle, where she refused several times and tried to escape out of the passenger side.

Brandy Pennala (MCSO)
Brandy Pennala (MCSO)

Pennala was, after a struggle, finally placed into physical custody and searched. Two baggies of positively tested cocaine were found in Pennala’s boot roughly weighing eight grams in total. She was then taken to Montgomery County Jail.

Brandy Pennala was charged and arrested for light law violation, possession of cocaine, and resisting arrest. Her bond was set at $25,000.

Sebastian Shaw

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