3 jailed after K-9 finds alleged meth

  • Annie Parker Landrum/ Courtesy HCSO
    Annie Parker Landrum/ Courtesy HCSO
  • Sabrina Parker Morgan/ Courtesy HCSO
    Sabrina Parker Morgan/ Courtesy HCSO

Three were arrested during a traffic stop at 12:28 a.m. Tuesday on Industrial Drive west at Interstate 30 near mile marker 125 on a charge of possession of 1-4 grams of a Penalty Group 1 controlled substance.

The vehicle was stopped for an equipment violation. All occupants reportedly showed signs of nervousness during contact with the deputy, as they all reportedly believed they had active arrest warrants and no one allegedly had a valid driver’s license. The right rear passenger, Annie Parker Landrum, was found to have an active parole violation warrant and was taken into custody.

The deputy requested consent to search the vehicle and was denied. K-9 officer Chiv was brought to the scene to conduct a free air sniff and gave a positive alert. 

A probable cause search revealed a black zip-up bag in the vehicle’s center console containing suspected methamphetamine and glass pipes used to smoke the substance. The bag also reportedly contained hypodermic syringes and a burnt spoon, along with other paraphernalia. 

Additional methamphetamine and a plastic bag containing suspected Xanax was reportedly found lodged in the front passenger seat headrest. In the back seat, deputies reportedly located additional paraphernalia and suspected methamphetamine loose in the rear left floorboard.

All three occupants reportedly denied ownership and were taken into custody. The suspected narcotic field tested positive for methamphetamine and weighed between 1 and 4 grams.

Annie Parker Landrum, 46, and Sabrina Kay Morgan, 40, both of Irving, had bond set at $10,000. Both remained in jail as of press time Thursday. No Information or arrest report was available for the third person in the vehicle.