Pedestrian stop leads to arrest, seizure of methamphetamine

Gloria Dye
Staff Writer

On Friday, Nov. 6, 2015, at approximately 4 p.m., a pedestrian stop was conducted leading to an arrest and seizure of a substance determined to be methamphetamine.
A Nolan County deputy conducted a pedestrian stop in the 100 block of Hickory where contact was made with Gloria Dye, of Sweetwater. While speaking with Dye, indicators of criminal activity were detected that subsequently lead to the discovery of two small plastic baggies containing a substance determined to be methamphetamine.
A routine driver license inquiry was conducted, and Dye was also found to have an active warrant. Dye was placed under arrest and transported to the Nolan County Jail where she was charged with the felony offense of possession of methamphetamine, and processed for the warrant. The case will be filed with the 32nd Judicial District Attorney’s Office for prosecution.