A London woman was arrested near Barbourville on Saturday, according to Knox County Sheriff's office.
Around 11 a.m. Deputy Sam Mullins was in the parking lot of Walmart in Barbourville.
He observed a white Nissan Altima roll through a stop sign, head south, and turn up Henson Hollow Road.
He then initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle, driven by 55 year old Paul Ann Roark, of London. When he checked her license, it was returned as suspended.
Officer Mullins reportedly asked for consent to search Roark’s vehicle, to which she is reported as saying was, “fine with,” her.
As a result of the search, the officer discovered a large sum of money ($6,397.00) in her wallet along with (20) twenty Suboxone strips and baggies of Neurontin.
Paula Roark was then arrested and charged with:
Disregarding a stop sign,
Trafficking in controlled substance 3rd degree 1st offense – less than 20 dosage units drug unspecified,
Trafficking in controlled substance 2nd degree, 1st offense – greater than 10 dosage units – schedule 1 & 2,
Prescription controlled substance not in proper container.
She was lodged in the Knox County Detention Center.