Alisha Ann Creecy, age 37, of Waynesboro, was arrested on Wednesday, October 30th following a traffic stop performed by Waynesboro Police Officer Austin Lanier. Officer Lanier filed a report stating that he initiated the traffic stop because the muffler on Creecy’s vehicle was not functioning properly. Officer Lanier alleged that Creecy was behaving in a very nervous manner, and a search of her vehicle revealed multiple drugs and paraphernalia including eleven pills believed to be Hydrocodone, three pills believed to be Gabapentin, two small straws commonly used to snort narcotics, and 0.9 grams of a substance believed to be methamphetamine. The drugs and paraphernalia were allegedly located inside Creecy’s purse. She was arrested on charges of simple possession of schedule II meth with intent to resale, simple possession of schedule II Hydrocodone, possession of schedule V, and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was booked into the Wayne County Jail on $85,500.00 bond.