Carmi Police stopped a white Buick Riviera the morning of April 1 in the Rock Bottom parking lot after the car was clocked going 66 mph in front of the Dollar General store. Nicholas Dalton Page, the driver, age 23 from Crossville was cited for speeding and was arrested for driving with no valid driver’s license and for unlawful display of a license plate not authorized for the vehicle. The plates on the 1990 Buick were registered to a 2008 Ford.
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Page was also charged with unlawful possession of cannabis in a motor vehicle, possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, unlawful use of property and unlawful use of weapons by a felon. The UUW charge was due to a shotgun being found in the rear floorboard.
Passenger Amber Walkenbach, age 36 of Crossville, was also arrested and charged with the same charges drug and weapons charges. In addition to the shotgun in the floorboard, ammunition for the gun was found in a backpack containing Walkenbach’s identification. Approximately 1 ½ grams of meth was confiscated, along with scales, pipes and several small baggies commonly used to package meth.