On Tuesday, Cumberland County deputies were patrolling Miller Ave when they noticed the driver of a Chevrolet Trailblazer failing to maintain their lane several times. During a traffic stop, the driver identified as Stephanie Cunningham-Dean was noted to be very uneasy and stumbling with her words.
After a K-9 arrived on the scene with a positive alert, the deputies conducted a search. They noticed a clear baggie with a white crystal-like substance believed to be methamphetamine in the passenger seat.
When the driver was searched, she was found to of had a glass pipe with residue.
Another passenger who originally told deputies his name was Ray Martin and struggled to remember his birthdate was identified as Jackie Lynn Martin who was wanted for two warrants. While searching, a syringe was located in his pocket and a loaded syringe under his hat was believed to have approximately 0.19 grams of methamphetamine.
The third person in the vehicle, identified as Eleasha Curry, was being searched when deputies felt what seemed to be syringes in her person. The deputy stopped the search due to safety concerns. Curry did spontaneously utter that she had marijuana in her purse, which was located and later destroyed.
None of the three subjects admitted to the clear plastic baggie with what is believed to be 3.78 grams of meth. They were all taken into intake without incident.
A strip search was conducted on Eleasha at the jail where two syringes with a brownish liquid were located. One was capped and the other was not. She allegedly told deputies it was meth.
Stephanie Cunningham-Dean was charged with Man/Del/Sell or Possess Meth and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
Jackie Martin was charged with Criminal Impersonation, Man/Del/Sell or Possess Meth, and two violations of probation.
Eleashea Curry is charged with Man/Del/Sell or Possess Meth, Contraband into a Penal Institution, and Simple Possession.