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On Wednesday, December 2, 2020, Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper John Fugate conducted a traffic stop on an individual for improper passing and failure to keep right on a hill.
Trooper Fugate made contact with the driver, identified as Brandi Elizabeth Cottrell, 38, of Atoka, who was driving a silver 2017 Toyota.
Cottrell told the Trooper she had marijuana inside the car. Sitting in the front passenger seat, and within her reach, was a pink and black purse with a black makeup bag that contained marijuana in a clear plastic bag, and a brownie in another clear plastic bag.
She was placed under arrest and transported to the Atoka County Jail for booking.
Once at the jail, a blue and black bag was located in her left top pocket that contained: a clear “meth” pipe, zig-zag cigarette papers, a blue tin camel container that had a green leafy substance that field tested positive for marijuana, a marijuana cigar, a white and black Winchester container with a marijuana cigarette inside, white salve that Cottrell stated was for her new tattoo inside a clear plastic bag, and a crystal like substance inside a clear plastic bag that field tested positive for methamphetamine. Inside her bra was a broken pill wrapped in a clear plastic wrapper.
Cottrell is charged with two counts of possession of a controlled dangerous substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, driving with a revoked driver’s license, and improper passing.