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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Two women have been arrested for driving around with more than 200 prescription pills in their car.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol say Brenda Hayworth, 49, from Murfreesboro, and passenger Sunny Manis, 36, of Sevierville were arrested in Loudon County after a state trooper found pills in their vehicle during a routine traffic stop on I-75.
The women have been arrested and are in the Loudon County jail.
The Tennessee Highway patrol says Hayworth was charged with driving under the influence, two counts of drug possession and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia. Manis was charged with allowing driving under the influence, two counts of drug possession and one count of posession of legend drugs for resale.
The trooper on scene seized the following prescription drugs on the scene: 34 Oxycodone, 52 Hydrocodone, 37 Clonazepam, and 62 legend drugs.
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