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A trio of suspects from Somerset, Ky., were arrested Thursday on methamphetamine-related charges following a traffic stop in Oneida.

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Rebecca A. Shelton, 28, Ronnie Miller, 42, and Brittany L. Meece, 22, were all charged with promoting the manufacture of methamphetamine after being arrested during the course of a traffic stop on U.S. Hwy. 27 in Oneida Thursday evening.

According to arrest warrants filed by Oneida Police Departmentís Steven Ward, the trio were passengers in a vehicle he stopped for a violation of Tennesseeís window tint restrictions and a missing mirror.

Allegedly, the carís driver, Danny Goodman, told Ward that he was transporting the vehicleís occupants to a local pharmacy.

The warrants state that Ward discovered a box of pseudoephedrine — a key component of meth — in Miller's back pocket. Allegedly, both Shelton and Meece also had boxes of pseudophedrine concealed on their person.

Goodman was cited into court and released.

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