19-year-old Brianna Ingram, 46-year-old George Jones, and 23-year-old Terrell Johnson were charged with 3 counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of methamphetamine after they were stopped at the Penny Pantry in a stolen white Expedition. Terrell was also charged with possession of marijuana.
On March 27th, police responded to the Penny Pantry on Breckenwood Drive in reference to a narcotics violation. The FLOCK camera at North Watkins Street and Northaven Drive caught a stolen white Expedition amid travel. Police spotted the vehicle in the Penny Pantry parking lot and made contact with the occupants inside. The driver was identified as Terrell Johnson, Brianna Ingram was sitting in the front passenger seat, and George Jones was sitting in the rear passenger seat. George told officers that the vehicle was his girlfriend’s and he had permission to use it.
Police searched the suspects as they were taken into custody. The search uncovered a wrapped dollar bill containing 1.1 grams of methamphetamine, George had two needles in his jacket pocket, Terrell had .3 grams of marijuana along with rolling papers and a handcuff key on his person, and more unused needles were found by the front passenger seat. Police also discovered some scales in a purse inside the vehicle. All the evidence was collected, tested, then documented and stored as all three suspects were transported to booking.
Brianna Ingram, George Jones, and Terrell Johnson were arrested and charged with 3 counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of methamphetamine. Terrell was also charged with possession of marijuana. They were all later released on their own recognizance.