IUKA, Miss. (WTVA) - A drug investigation in Tishomingo County turned up a stolen vehicle from Lee County.
On Tuesday, October 9, Tishomingo County deputies and Iuka police stopped a vehicle on West Quitman Street in Iuka as a result of an investigation into narcotics coming into the county from outside sources.
During the traffic stop, officers detained the vehicle’s driver and passenger. Tishomingo County Sheriff John Daugherty says the vehicle had been reported stolen from Lee County.
He says a search of the vehicle turned up a large amount of alleged meth, several bags of alleged cocaine and an assortment of pills.
Both the driver and passenger were taken to the Tishomingo County jail.
Aaron L. Hicks, 35, of Corinth, was charged with felony possession of meth and possession of cocaine.
Lisa R. Shook, 44, of Belden, was charged with felony possession of meth, possession of cocaine and introducing contraband into a correctional facility.
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