According to information provided by the Clay County Sheriff's Department, a concerned citizen in the area reported a suspicious vehicle near Howesville Farm Supply, 1390 West State Road 246, Clay City.
Although the vehicle left the area, the citizen contacted authorities again when the vehicle returned.
Upon arrival at the scene, Deputy Brad Hardy discovered Sheryl Samm, 52, Pimento, and Miranda R. Roe, 29, Terre Haute, in the vehicle.
During the course of the investigation, officers discovered the women were allegedly in possession of undisclosed amounts of anhydrous and paraphernalia.
Samm was preliminarily booked on dealing methamphetamine, possession/use of legend drug precursor and maintaining a common nuisance, while Roe was charged with possession of paraphernalia, common nuisance and meth drug lab.
Officials confirmed to The Brazil Times both women remain incarcerated at the jail on $25,000 cash bonds while awaiting a case review by the Clay County Prosecutor's Office and formal proceedings per the court calendar.