Drug arrest made after she allegedly tells police not to search her car because kids were in the vehicle

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A 25-year old woman from Manchester has been arrested in Murfreesboro after being pulled over on Mercury Boulevard for displaying an improper registration on her vehicle. Rebecca Brittney Roland had a Saturn with a license plate that belonged to a Mazda.

As police were speaking to Roland, they noted that she appeared nervous. Officers asked her for permission to search her car and according to the report, “Ms. Roland stated that there were children in the car and she did not want to make them upset by letting police search it.” However, she gave police permission to search her purse.

In Roland’s Purse, police found Suboxone, Oxycodone, Baclofen pills and a small amount of marijuana. Police then asked to look at her cellphone. She again granted permission. Officer Palmer Gibbs reported that he found text messages from “My Love” that stated, “We still owe 300 to Sheleh.” The response was, “Yes, we are good, still got like 9 of 30 and S-O-E 15’s and like 5 Sub’s and Rachel owes me $10 for some weed I sold her.”


Roland was charged with felony possession of a scheduled 2 and 3 drug and simple possession of a schedule 6 drug. She was booked into the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center under a $15,000 bond. She was released after posting that bond several hours later.



MPD Arrest Report #14-0009045
Statute: 39-17-417

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