On March 8th, 2019 Officer Cody Pennington observed a white 2018 Ford Fusion with a Florida license plate occupied two times, obstructing the roadway while patrolling on River Street. Officer Pennington activated his emergency lights and conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle, after running the vehicles Florida license plate through Clay County 911, it was found that the vehicle had been entered stolen from Laurel County. Inside were Mollie Henson, 51 of Hyden and Brian Hacker, 38 of Oneida. The subject in the drivers seat, Mollie Henson was also found to have an active warrant verified by Clay County 911. During the traffic stop once the above subjects were placed under arrest, Officer Pennington along with Officers Ben Webb, Wes Wolfe, and Detective Gary Jordan conducted a search of the vehicle. During the search officers located a small baggie of a white substance believed to be Cocaine, two digital scales, multiple small empty clear baggies, two small clear baggies of a powder/crystalline substance believed to be Methamphetamine, a used glass pipe with white residue present, a leather slapjack concealed inside a backpack, and U.S. Currency. The occupants of the vehicle were charged with the following: 

Mollie Henson, 51 of Hyden:

-Serving Bench Warrant for Court
-Failure to Produce Insurance Card
-Obstructing a Highway
-Receiving Stolen Property $10,000 or more
-Traff in Cont Sub, 1st Degree, 1st Off -(<4GMS Cocaine)
-Traff in Cont Sub, 1st Degree, 1st Off -(> OR = 2GMS Methamphetamine)
-Drug Paraphernalia Buy or Possess
-Carrying a Concealed Weapon

Brian Hacker, 38 of Oneida:

-Receiving Stolen Property $10,000 or more
-Traff in Cont Sub, 1st Degree, 1st Off -(<4GMS Cocaine)
-Traff in Cont Sub, 1st Degree, 1st Off -(> OR = 2GMS Methamphetamine)
-Drug Paraphernalia Buy or Possess
-Carrying a Concealed Weapon

Photos courtesy of the Clay county Detention center and Officer Pennington.