2 arrested in traffic stop Saturday || Marshall woman charged with drug possession

Monday, October 31, 2011

A Marshall woman was charged over the weekend with class C felony possession of a controlled substance after a Saline County sheriff's deputy allegedly discovered a syringe containing methamphetamine in her possession.

Bond for Lindsey Danielle Glor, 29, was set at $10,000 cash-only, according to court documents.

Glor was arrested Saturday, Oct. 29, after a deputy stopped a vehicle on U.S. Highway 65 at the north edge of Marshall.

During a personal search by a Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper, a syringe containing a clear liquid allegedly was discovered, according to the probable cause statement. A urine sample obtained later tested positive for amphetamine, methamphetamine and benzodiazepines, according to the deputy's report.

If convicted, Glor could face up to seven years in Missouri Department of Corrections custody or up to one year in the county jail and/or up to a $5,000 fine.

Glor pleaded guilty to the same charge in October 2007.

Deputies also report the driver of the vehicle, John Henry McComas, was wanted on an arrest warrant for failure to appear in court to face a class A misdemeanor third-degree assault charge.

Contact Eric Crump at ecrump@marshallnews.com

Editor's note: Charges contained in reports provided by law enforcement officials are not evidence of guilt. Evidence supporting charges must be presented before a jury, whose duty is to determine if the accused is guilty or not guilty of the charges.

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