Police report finding cocaine during Bradford traffic stop
Local woman facing possession and drugged driving charges
BRADFORD, VT - A Bradford woman who was initially pulled over for driving while talking on her cell phone is facing drug charges as a result of the traffic stop.
Amy Grady, 37, was stopped on South Main Street in Bradford shortly before noon on Friday and there were allegedly "indicators of criminal activity" in her car that were noticed by police, Vermont State Police Trooper David Shaffer reported.
Troopers obtained consent to search Grady's vehicle and turned up drug paraphernalia as well as cocaine before Grady was arrested on suspicion of DUI Drugs, Shaffer said.
Grady was processed for drugged driving and possession of cocaine and released with a citation ordering her to appear on July 12th at the Orange County Courthouse in Chelsea to answer the charges.
Amy Grady, 37, of Bradford is facing charges of drugged driving and possession of cocaine
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