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Two women arrested for DWI, possession of heroin

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The Jones County Sheriff's Office has arrested two women driving while impaired with heroin and prescription narcotics in the car.

On June 16, 2013 deputies conducted a traffic stop on Highway 41 East for suspicion of driving while impaired. Further investigation yielded heroin, a trafficking amount of prescription narcotics and several disposable syringes.

As a result, Alison Michelle Andrews, 36, of New Bern, and Autumn Truelove, 29, of Vanceboro, were arrested and charged with two counts of trafficking, possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Ms. Truelove received an additional charge of Driving While Impaired. Andrews' bond was set at $10,000 secured and Truelove's was set at $10,500 Secured. The women were placed into the custody of the Jones County Jail and are currently being housed at the Craven County Detention Center. 

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