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Traffic stop leads to drug arrest

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WEEKI WACHEE -

After pulling her over for driving 73 mph in a 60 mph zone on Monday night, deputies learned not only that Lindy Mullen was driving without a valid license, but also that she had multiple drugs in her Dodge truck.

Mullen, 33, of Spring Hill, has had her license suspended since 2008, according to the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office arrest report.

Inside the truck, deputies found two grams of methamphetamine, one Xanax tablet and half of a morphine pill, as well as drug paraphernalia.

Another bag of methamphetamine was found on Mullen’s person as she was being booked at the Hernando County Jail.

Mullen received multiple charges of drug possession, drug equipment, driving with a suspended license and smuggling contraband into a jail, as well as a failure to appear charge.

She is being held on $10,513 bond.

Court records show Mullen was adjudicated guilty of DUI and driving with a suspended license in 2006 and driving with a suspended license in 2012.

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