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Drugs found inside milkshake leads to arrest of four people in Johnson County

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Posted at 6:18 PM, Jul 03, 2017
and last updated 2017-07-03 18:18:19-04

FRANKLIN, Ind. – Four people were arrested in Johnson County on drug charges Sunday after pills and a smoking device were found inside a milkshake.

Kyle Bryant, 26, Brandon Gentry, 22, Braydon Bain, 20, and Makayla Pittman, 19, were inside a gold Chevy truck when Johnson County Officer E. Preston conducted a traffic stop.

Bain, who was discovered laying under the truck’s bed cover, was found to have Alprazolam pills in his possession.

When checking the truck, the officer found a milkshake cup filled with ice cream, prescription medication, four bags with white pills and a glass smoking device.

Gentry told police the three inside the vehicle had been sharing the milkshake, but others denied his claim.

As the investigation continued, Bryant told police he had swallowed a small bag of methamphetamine at the time of the stop in an effort to hid it.

 

Gentry, Bain and Pittman were taken to the Johnson County Jail where they were charged with possession of a controlled substance.

Bryant was taken to Johnson Memorial Hospital for clearance. He was charged with dealing a controlled substance and driving while suspended with a previous conviction.

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