Kingman — Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Deputies arrested Lacey Michelle Jackson, 36, James Gregory Gibson, 44, and Kristeena Marie Montoya, 34, all of Mesa, AZ. On Tuesday (8/27) at approximately 2:15 AM, deputies observed a red truck travelling west on Beale St. and one of the vehicle’s tail light was not functioning.
Deputies conducted a traffic stop, but the vehicle did not immediately stop. Approximately 300 yards later, the vehicle came to a stop and deputies approached the driver’s side. Deputies made contact with the driver, identified as Gibson, the front seat passenger, identified as Jackson, and the back seat passenger, identified as Montoya. All parties provided their identification and deputies observed an open beer can in the center console. The driver was removed from the vehicle and during interview, gave several nervous indicators when asked if there was anything illegal inside the vehicle. The female passengers were removed from the vehicle and a search was conducted of the vehicle.
The search revealed an eye glass case in the center console that contained a white crystal substance that tested positive for methamphetamine. A search of the back seat revealed a metal box that contained a syringe with a clear liquid, two glass pipes, and more methamphetamine residue. A backpack in the backseat was searched and revealed a scale, and a glass pipe. Another glass pipe was located in the compartment behind the passenger seat. A pat search of all occupants was conducted and a baggie of methamphetamine was located on Jackson. The stop resulted in a total of approximately 1.4 grams of methamphetamine, 50ml of methamphetamine inside the syringe, 4 glass pipes and a scale.
All three occupants denied knowing or possessing the items found and were charged with felony Dangerous Drug Possession and felony Drug Paraphernalia Possession. Lacey Michelle Jackson, James Gregory Gibson, and Kristeena Marie Montoya were arrested and transported to Mohave County Adult Detention Facility without incident.