By DON FLETCHER
News Staff Writer
A November 8 traffic stop by Alabama State Troopers resulted in several charges, including two counts of trafficking in dangerous drugs, against a 26-year-old Atmore woman.
The Escambia County Detention Center website shows that troopers turned Kimbrianna Prescott over to jailers on charges of trafficking in cocaine, trafficking in fentanyl, second-degree possession of marijuana and obstruction of a governmental operation.
Prescott remained in the county lockup early Tuesday, November 22, under bond of $1.5 million.
According to trooper reports, she was pulled over near the junction of Jack Springs Road and Industrial Drive. Already the subject of more than one outstanding felony warrant, Prescott at first gave the trooper a fake name and birthdate.
Troopers discovered a kilo of cocaine, a kilo of cocaine that was laced with fentanyl and less than an ounce of marijuana.