A Jacksboro grandmother faces charges after officers found what they believe was methamphetamine in her car during a weekend traffic stop.
Police said she had her two young grandsons with her.
Police identified the suspect as Lara Ann Nichols, 57, who was arrested Saturday night after a traffic stop. Two young boys were in the vehicle with her, police said.
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Officers observed that Nichols appeared to be intoxicated, according to police reports. After she was administered a field sobriety test, officers searched her 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier and discovered what they believe was methamphetamine, the report states
Nichols is accused of being in possession of just over a gram of methamphetamine. She faces a charge of possession of a controlled substance.
The Jacksboro woman also faces a charge of abandoning/endangering child criminal negligence.
When she was stopped Saturday night, police found Nichols was with two young boys, ages 8 and 11. The boys are brothers and they are her grandsons, police said. The boys were released to their mother.
Nichols was released Sunday after posting $17,500 bail.
The Jacksboro woman could not be reached Thursday for comment.