HOLT, Fla., July 15, 2021—A traffic stop on Log Lake Road Wednesday led to the arrest of two DeFuniak Springs residents on various charges.
Jeremy John Beagle, 43, was arrested for drug possession and use. Allison Kay Kelly, 24, was arrested for resisting arrest/obstructing justice.
An Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office deputy pulled over a white Honda after the driver failed to to stop at a stop sign on Log Lake Road around 12:45 a.m. Wednesday.
While conducting the traffic stop, the deputy saw a vape pen with what looked like a THC cartridge attached, according to the arrest reports.
Neither Beagle nor Kelly owned a medical marijuana card.
Beagle told the deputy he got the pen from a friend and that it didn’t give him “much” of a high, according to his arrest report.
A field test of the cartridge verified the presence of THC rather than hemp.
Beagle also had a glass smoking pipe and a plastic bag of methamphetamine in his pocket. He admitted to buying the pill illegally, and said he found the pipe in a field in Atmore, Ala., according to the reports.
During the exchange between Beagle and the deputy, Kelly was told to remain seated in the car and to keep her hands where they could be seen.
According to her arrest report, Kelly became argumentative and verbally abusive and twice attempted to get out of the car.
A second deputy arrived and placed Kelly under arrest.