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Traffic Stop Leads to Meth Lab Bust
Written by Your 5News Team
Last updated on April 09, 2013 @ 5:42PM
Created on April 09, 2013 @ 1:29PM
A speeding car led to a traffic stop in Gilmer County Monday that ended with two people being taken to jail on meth charges. 
State troopers told 5 News that they pulled over 22-year-old James Miller in Sand Fork for speeding. When they approached the car they noticed an odor coming from inside. The passenger, 20-year-old Brittiny Destiny Miller, admitted to troopers that there was a meth lab in the car. 
Brittiny also told police that she had bought ingredients for James to make meth in the past. James also admitted to selling meth. The pair are both still behind bars.

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