35-year-old Natalie Mastranton was charged with possession of fentanyl and unlawful drug paraphernalia when she was pulled over for speeding and found to have 2.5 grams of Fentanyl.
On October 7th, Clarksville Police Department Agent Justin Long initiated a traffic stop of a red pickup truck on Woodale Drive for driving 13 MPH over the speed limit. Officer Long identified the driver as Natalie Mastranton and asked for her consent to search the vehicle and her person, to which she denied.
K9 Officer Swaffer was on scene and deployed his police service dog to conduct a public odor sniff of the vehicle when an illegal substance was detected. During the search of the vehicle suspected heroin, two syringes, and a torn corner baggie were located. The suspected heroin was tested using the Trunarc Drug Analyzer which identified the substance to be Fentanyl, a schedule II controlled substance. The Fentanyl’s preliminary weight was 2.5 grams.
Natalie Mastranton was arrested and charged with possession of fentanyl and unlawful drug paraphernalia. She was released on a $26,000 bond.