JACKSON COUNTY, Ind.–Authorities at the the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department say deputies performed a traffic stop on Tuesday that resulted in two Seymour residents being arrested on various charges. As the vehicle was being pulled over, officers say their suspicions were aroused when they noticed the driver and passenger in the car switching positions. During the stop, deputies say they determined that Crystal Howard, 28, of Seymour, was the actual driver at the time of the pullover. She could not produce an operator’s license or insurance.
Officers searched the vehicle and they say they found syringes and paraphernalia, allegedly belonging to Howard’s passenger, Delbert Allman, 43, of Seymour. Allman was arrested on those charges.
Howard was also booked on possessing a controlled substance, along with driving without a receiving a drivers license and violating the legend drug act. Additionally, she faces charges stemming from a two-month investigation by the sheriff’s office for three counts of dealing methamphetamine.