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Deputies: Pair charged after meth thrown out of car during traffic stop

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Debra Duvall and Robert Blanton (Source: Rutherford Co. Sheriff's Office) Debra Duvall and Robert Blanton (Source: Rutherford Co. Sheriff's Office)
RUTHERFORDTON, NC (FOX Carolina) -

Two people have been charged after deputies said they tossed meth out of a car during a traffic stop, according to the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office.

Deputies said they pulled over the car on Chase High Road and Old Henrietta Road on Tuesday, when they noticed an object tossed out the window.

Deputies were able to locate the object, which they said was a PVC pipe containing two baggies of a crystal substance, according to the sheriff's office.

The driver, 48-year-old Debra Duvall was charged with trafficking methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to heed lights or a siren, operating a vehicle with no insurance, driving left of center and having a fictitious tag, according to the sheriff's office.

The passenger, 49-year-old Robert Blanton, was charged with one count of trafficking methamphetamine.

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