A Grant man is in jail after Marshall County deputies said they found him with several different drugs Sunday night.
Deputies stopped a vehicle on U.S. Highway 431 at Cathedral Caverns Road just before midnight for a traffic violation and said they found Jeremy Ray Mayhall, 40, had a large amount of methamphetamine, marijuana ecstasy and LSD.
Deputies charged Mayhall with meth trafficking, drug possession and second-degree marijuana possession. He was jailed without bond.
A woman in the car with Mayhall, Brandy Natasha Corbitt, 38, of Grant, was also arrested and charged with obstructing a governmental operation. She was jailed on $500 bond.
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