Sheriff: Meth lands woman on parole back in jail

Sheriff: Meth lands woman on parole back in jail

ELLISVILLE, MS (WDAM) - On Wednesday Jones County Deputies were conducting a driver's license checkpoint in Sandersville when they were approached by a dark colored Hyundai.

Deputies noticed four containers of beer sitting on the center console and were given consent to search the vehicle.

According to a news release issued by the Jones County Sheriff's Department, Teresa Bond, 49 of Ellisville, exited the vehicle.

Deputies soon discovered Bond was on parole with MDOC from previous drug arrests made by the Jones County Sheriff's Department and, a search warrant had been issued in the last two weeks.

She was arrested for possession of paraphernalia, according to the release.

A glass pipe was found in Bond's makeup case in the vehicle.  She was taken into custody and a female deputy was called to the scene to search Bond.

Deputies noticed Bond reaching into her bra and attempting to pull something out.

When they walked back to her, a clear bag was under the car, at her feet, and she had exposed herself from pulling the substance from her top.

The bag contained half an ounce of methamphetamine that has a street value of approximately $1,500.

Bond was taken into custody and charged with possession of paraphernalia, possession of beer in dry county, and possession of methamphetamine, which is a felony.

Her bond for the felony was set at $10,000 per Judge Howell Beech.