Four people face charges in Boone County, Arkansas for allegedly possessing a stolen car and items used to manufacture meth.
Authorities say 23-year old Lakota Williams, 26-year old Brandon Stuart and 21-year old Tamra Eddings, all of Harrison, were reportedly waving down traffic on Highway 65 near the state line on the 4th of July after their car broke down. A responding state trooper found that the car had been reported stolen a week earlier.
Investigators with the Boone County sheriff’s office and the 14th Judicial District Drug Task Force were called in to search the car. Items and chemicals commonly used to manufacture meth were seized.
A fourth individual, 21-year old Caleb Thomas of Heber Springs, was taken into custody in Harrison in connection with the car theft for allegedly violating conditions of parole.
All four suspects are in the Boone County Jail.