By: Alli Harlan
Officers from the Bellefontaine Police Department saw a maroon Honda Accord that was registered as a gray Chevy Sedan traveling on Sandusky Avenue.
When a traffic stop was made, officers recognized the driver to be Sally Neeley.
Neeley explained to officers that she had just purchased the vehicle and didn’t know where the tags came from.
She was then asked to exit the vehicle and admitted to having marijuana in her purse.
Officers searched her purse and also found a hydrocodone pill and marijuana.
She claimed the pill was given to her by a friend and that it was headache medication.
Neeley’s passengers were asked to exit the vehicle and it was searched.
Officers found marijuana, a grinder, a plastic marijuana blunt tube, a crack pipe, and crack cocaine inside.
The crack pipe was located in the front seat passenger seat where Michael Hayman of Bellefontaine, was initially sitting.
Neeley and Hayman were placed under arrest and transported to the Logan County Jail.
Neeley was charged with Possession of Cocaine and Possession of a Schedule II Drug.
Hayman was charged with Possession of Cocaine and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.