Deputies pulled over this 1987 Suburban after the driver ran a stop sign.
Driver Runs Stop Sign, Busted for Possession (and more), LIVINGSTON, August 26, 2010 - At approximately 1:15 pm on August 26, 2010, Deputies Mike Nettles and Randy Turner were patrolling FM-1988 near Lake Livingston Dam. They spotted a blue 1987 Chevy Suburban driven by Jennifer Ann Surles, 28, of Goodrich. According to the Deputies, Surles ran a stop sign. Nettles and Turner pulled Surles over on 1988 West at Park Road 5 near the Trinity River Authority. As it turns out, Surles was driving with an invalid license, expired inspection sticker, and no insurance. Surles was placed under arrest and loaded into a patrol unit. Upon inventorying the vehicle, Narcotics Detective Turner found a small envelope with marijuana in the front of the truck, and prescription medication and other drugs in the back of the truck.
Surles was cited for: Running a stop sign, expired inspection sticker, driving with an invalid license, and no insurance.
Surles has been charged with: Possession of marijuana, ecstasy, soma, and hydrocodone.
A rollback wrecker from Ken's Towing recovered Surles' vehicle and it will be stored at Harrison Body Shop in Livingston. The scene was cleared by 2 pm.
Deputy Mike Nettles escorts Jennifer Ann Surles to a patrol unit (Narcotics Detective Randy Turner pictured right).
If you're going to run stop signs, DON'T have marijuana in your vehicle.
Turner uncovers prescription medication in Surles' vehicle.
Surles' vehicle was recovered by Ken's Towing.
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