Brevard Woman Arrested On Multiple Drug Charges After K-9 Sniffs Out Narcotics During Traffic Stop

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22-year-old Sarah Ingold Arrested

Melbourne Police arrested 22-year-old Sarah Ingold from Indian Harbour Beach Monday night for various drug charges during a routine traffic stop after the vehicle she was driving ran a red light, according to Lt. Shawn Eising of the Melbourne Police Department. (BCSO Image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Melbourne Police arrested 22-year-old Sarah Ingold from Indian Harbour Beach Monday night for various drug charges during a routine traffic stop after the vehicle she was driving ran a red light, according to Lt. Shawn Eising of the Melbourne Police Department.

Police say were conducting routine assignments when they noticed a vehicle run a red light near South Harbor City Blvd. and Johnny Ellison Dr. in Melbourne.

A drug certified K-9 unit helped conduct the traffic stop of the vehicle and that is when the K-9 alerted police about the presence of narcotics coming from the vehicle.

As a result, police uncovered 223 gram of marijuana, .6 grams of THC resin “shatter”, 3.7 grams of cocaine and alprazolam from the vehicle.

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After interviewing the people in the vehicle, police determined the drugs belonged to Ingold and was arrested for the possession of the items.

Ingold was charged possession of greater than 20 grams of marijuana, felony possession of THC resin, possession of cocaine, possession of alprazolam, and felony possession of a controlled substance while operating a motor vehicle.

Her bond has been set at $19,000.

The Melbourne Police Department continues to seek out and investigate drug activity within the community. If you have any information Melbourne Police ask you to call Crime line:  1-800-423-TIPS (8477)

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ABOVE MAP: Police were conducting routine assignments when they noticed a vehicle run a red light near South Harbor City Blvd. and Johnny Ellison Dr. in Melbourne.


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