Bowie County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Chris Allison and his canine partner Barry busted a woman with multiple drugs early Thursday morning.
According to Bowie County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Jeff Neal, On June 4, 2015 around 1:16 am Sergeant Allison noticed a red sports utility vehicle parked at a closed business in the 8400 block of Highway 59. As he pulled into the business to check on this vehicle, he noticed a white car parked next to the wood line surrounding this business. Sergeant Allison found the red sports utility vehicle was unoccupied. He moved on to the second vehicle and found a white female inside of it.
This female was identified as Brady Marie Jordan who is 40 years of age of Texarkana, Texas.
According to Neal Ms. Jordan told Sergeant Allison she had dropped a friend off in the Liberty-Eylau area, but she could not provide him with her friend’s name or the address where she dropped her friend off. She admitted to a having a history of using illegal drugs as well as recently using some.
When asked, Jordan refused to consent to a search of her vehicle. Sergeant Allison then removed his canine partner Barry from his vehicle. He conducted a free air sniff around Jordan’s vehicle. Barry gave a positive response to finding the odor of illegal drugs at the front of this vehicle. A subsequent search by Sergeant Allison produced two bags of marijuana, some prescription pills and seven bags of methamphetamine.
Jordan was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance Over Four Grams and Under 200 Grams, Possession of a Controlled Substance Under 28 Grams and Possession of a Marijuana Under Two Ounces. She was taken to the Bi-State Jail where Judge Nancy Talley later set her bonds at $30,000.00 for Possession of a Controlled Substance Over Four Grams and Under 200 Grams, $5,000.00 for Possession of a Controlled Substance Under 28 Grams and $5,000.00 Possession of a Marijuana Under Two Ounces.