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Drug arrests follow traffic stop

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Credit: Jackson Co Sheriff's Office 

(MSC News)--Three Topekans were arrested early Friday morning after a traffic stop in southern Jackson County.

A Jackson County Sheriff’s deputy stopped a passenger car near 94th Road on US Hwy 75 shortly after midnight.

The driver, Arron Dale Martin, 29, of Topeka was arrested on a Jackson County District Court warrant for failure to appear on drug charges.

Two of Martin’s passengers were also arrested.

Gretchen Merissa Fortune, 40, of Topeka was arrested for possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.

Austin Healey Tonniges, 36, of Topeka was arrested for possession of methamphetamine, marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Martin and Fortune are being held in the Jackson County without bond, Tonniges was released Friday evening on bond.

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