Traffic Stop Leads to Narcotics Arrest

April 28, 2017

Shianne Marie Stanislow

On 4/27/17 at approximately 1:00 am, a deputy with the Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office conducted a traffic stop on a black Mitsubishi for a speeding, 68 mph in a 45 mph zone, in Pace.

During the traffic stop, the deputy identified Shianne Marie Stanislow as the driver. After checking Stanislow’s driver license and the vehicle’s tag, it was revealed the tag was not registered to the vehicle. A closer look at the tag showed the decal attached to the license plate was not assigned to it either. It was also revealed that Stanislow was on felony probation for Burglary. After placing Stanislow under arrest, a search of her person was conducted.

During the search of Stanislow’s person, the deputy recovered five .380 caliber bullets from her right jacket pocket.

An inventory search of the vehicle incident to being towed revealed 19 grams of Methamphetamine in a plastic bag hidden underneath the ash tray in the center console. A loaded Bersa Thunder .380 semi-automatic handgun in the holster and a yellow plastic container was found hidden in the dash where the car stereo is usually mounted. Inside the yellow container was a digital scale. A blue glass smoking pipe commonly used to smoke illegal narcotics was found in the glove box.

Stanislow is currently incarcerated in the Santa Rosa County Jail with no bond.

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