A man was pulled over on Broad Street for a seatbelt violation and once stopped on Monday, he immediately told the officer that he was on route to Lokey Avenue to allow his passenger to buy cocaine. The driver told police that in the past he had been paid with cocaine to take his passenger to buy drugs.
Police turned their questioning to the female passenger who allegedly produced a bag of crack that was said to be hidden in the area of her groin. When police asked the female for her name, she evidently made up a name. Minutes later the woman admitted her name was actually ToRanda Fields. The officer who filed the report wrote that the suspect claims that she and her husband sell cocaine for profit. A cell phone text from a potential drug buyer confirmed that information for authorities.
Fields was charged with the felony possession of a schedule two drug with intent and criminal impersonation. She was also charged with violating her probation. The driver of the car was cited for criminal conspiracy.
Fields was booked under a $22,500 bond.
MPD Arrest Report #13-19516A
Rutherford County Sheriff's Office