From Staff Reports
Washington Times Herald
BRUCEVILLE — The Knox County Sheriff’s Department is currently searching for a male in connection with a pair of meth arrests Thursday evening.
According to release from the department, two deputies were conducting a traffic stop on SR 550 just west of Bruceville when the vehicle did not stop and ran from deputies.
The vehicle stopped when it lost control in a backyard just outside the town of Bruceville. A male inside the car fled on foot into nearby wooded area. The driver, a female, and another male passenger were found.
A search of the vehicle found syringes, methamphetamine paraphernalia and digital measuring scales. The driver, Kala Price of Vincennes, and the passenger Stuart Walls of Bruceville, were taken into custody.
Price was charged with resisting law enforcement with a motor vehicle, possession of methamphetamine, possession of a syringe and reckless possession of paraphernalia. Walls was charged with visiting a common nuisance.
Both are being held in the Knox County Jail for court appearances. The male that ran from deputies has been identified and is still being sought. No name or identification was given by the department.