Fugitive admits to having illegal items concealed in her underwear during traffic stop

21-year-old Adrianna Talley was charged with vandalism as well as possession of marijuana and crack cocaine when she was pulled over for a tint violation and a computer check revealed her to have an active vandalism warrant.

On September 6th, Lativia Steward was approached by Adrianna Talley who began accusing her of having an affair with her ex-boyfriend. Lativia explained that Adrianna attempted to get her to come outside and when she refused, Adrianna went to the parking lot. She went on to say that she watched Adrianna remove a baseball bat from her vehicle and proceed to bust out both the rear window and driver’s side rear passenger window of Lativia’s vehicle. Adrianna fled the scene after damaging the vehicle, which was an estimated value of approximately $1,000. Latvia reported the incident on September 8th.

Adrianna Talley (WCSO)
Adrianna Talley (WCSO)

On September 9th, Wilson County Sheriffs K9 Officer Smith stated that while on routine patrol around West Spring Street in Lebanon he observed a vehicle with a window tint violation. The officer stated that a computer check revealed that the owner of the vehicle, Adrianna Talley, had an active vandalism warrant in Wilson County. Officer Smith conducted a traffic stop and stated that he detected the odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle. The officer placed Adrianna in custody for the warrant and asked her if she had anything illegal on her person. She admitted to having items in her underwear. Officer Smith stated that Adrianna removed a blunt containing a green leafy plant-like substance believed to be marijuana and a baggy containing approximately 1.1 grams of a white, rock-like substance believed to be crack cocaine out of her underwear.

On September 9th, Adrianna Talley was arrested and charged with vandalism, possession of marijuana, and possession of crack cocaine. She is currently jailed in lieu of a $52,000 bond.

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