Woman pulled over for expired tags found with weed, heroin, and meth in her car

36-year-old Stephanie Black was charged with possession of marijuana, heroin, and meth with intent to sell, expired tags, driving on a revoked license, no insurance, and drug paraphernalia during a traffic stop on a suspicious tag.

On September 16th, Montgomery County Deputy Daw conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Wilma Rudolph Boulevard and Dunbar Cave Road on a vehicle for the tag returning as “no record/not on file.” When contact was made with Stephanie Black, the driver, Daw observed a strong odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle.

Stephanie Black (MCSO)
Stephanie Black (MCSO)

Upon searching the vehicle, over 100 unused baggies were found throughout the vehicle, as well as three baggies between the center console and driver’s seat containing suspected heroin, suspected methamphetamine, and suspected marijuana. Inside of the center console, four used glass pipes were recovered, two of which were broken, and additional baggies with suspected heroin, meth, and marijuana with crystals in it. Police also recovered a yellow, orange, and clear pen tube all having white residue inside of them. Daw also discovered that Black’s license was revoked in 2016.

Stephanie Black was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana, heroin, and meth with intent to sell, driving on a suspended license, no proof of insurance, expired tags, and unlawful drug paraphernalia. Her bond was set at $60,000.

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