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Deputies: Traffic stop leads to drug dealer bust

Tracy F. Hahn, 53. (Source: Gibson County Sheriff’s Office) Tracy F. Hahn, 53. (Source: Gibson County Sheriff’s Office)
GIBSON CO., IN (WFIE) -

A traffic stop leads to a drug dealing charge for an Evansville woman in Gibson County.

Early Tuesday morning Gibson County Sheriff's deputies attempted to run the plates of a car traveling in the area of County Road 450 South and County Road 1200 East to identify the registered owner. 

Deputies say they were not able to get the right information due to an "excessive" amount of dirt and dust so they then stopped the car.

The driver of the car was identified as 53-year-old Tracy Hahn, of Evansville. 

Deputies say during a search of the vehicle they found more than one baggie of meth and one bag of pot. Also found in the vehicle were articles used in the distribution and sale of drugs. 

Officials say Hahn was arrested and taken to the Gibson County Jail where she is being held without bond. 

Hahn is being charged with:

  • Dealing in Methamphetamines – B Felony
  • Possession of a Schedule I Substance – D Felony
  • Possession of Meth – D Felony
  • Possession of Marijuana under 30 grams – A Misdemeanor
  • Improper display of registration plates – Infraction
  • Driving While Suspended – Infraction

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