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Graves County deputies make drug arrest

GRAVES COUNTY, KY (KFVS) - Three people are facing charges after a traffic stop leads to a drug arrest in Graves County on Thursday.

A deputy stopped Michael McReynolds, 39, who was driving a car on US-45 with out a driver's license.

McReynolds was traveling with 35-year-old Derek Wilson and 31-year-old Kristy Vaughn.

During the traffic stop, the deputy suspected Wilson and Vaughn had meth.

When the K9 unit arrived, they found a crystal like substance on Vaughn.

Both Wilson and Vaughn were arrested and taken to the Graves County jail.

After further investigation, deputies found a straw in Vaughn's boot with white residue on it, suspected to be meth.

McReynolds is facing a handful of charges including no insurance, no driver's license and failing to wear a seat belt.

Both Vaughn and Wilson were charged with possession of a controlled substance and tampering with physical evidence.

Vaughn is also facing charges related to a prior warrant.

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