Two people were arrested in Pulaski County on drug charges after a short investigation on Thursday, October 20th.
Police were traveling on 60 West off of State Road 14 when police reportedly observed a vehicle traveling off the roadway, according to the police report. Police turned around to investigate and when they caught up to the vehicle the driver had stopped and pulled off to the side of the roadway. The passenger, Paul Hudson, of Logansport, was on his knees reportedly looking for an earring. Police were given permission to search the vehicle by the driver, Kaley Deford, of Kewanna, and police allegedly found marijuana, and prescription medication without a prescription in the vehicle. Kaley Deford allegedly admitted to police that a pipe found in a hat was hers as well as the pills. Hudson reportedly admitted that the marijuana found in the vehicle was his.
They were arrested and taken to the Pulaski County Jail. They have since bonded out of jail. The Pulaski County Prosecutor has reviewed the case and has charged Kaley Deford and Paul Hudson with Unlawful Use and Possession of a Legend Drug, Possession of Marijuana and Possession of a Paraphernalia. Their initial hearings are set for November 17th at 8:30 a.m. ET in Pulaski County Superior Court.