Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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February 27, 2014

9:25 MORNING UPDATE: KSP arrests 3 on drug charges after Munfordville crash

MUNFORDVILLE — Three adults in a car that included a juvenile were arrested after a crash in Munfordville on Tuesday.

Cody Willis, 19, of Smiths Grove, the car's driver, Shawn Chapman, age and city residence not released, and Crystal Doyle, 21, of Cave City, were each arrested after being treated and released from nearby hospitals, according to a press release from Kentucky State Police Post 3. A juvenile in the  2006 Chevrolet was flown to Vanderbilt University Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Willis, Chapman and Doyle were each charged with first-offense manufacturing methamphetamine, first-offense unlawful posssession of meth precursors, drug paraphernalia possession, first-offense complicity to manufacturing methamphetamine, first offense complicity to unlawful possession of meth precursors and complicity to possession of drug paraphernalia. Willis was additionally charged with first-offense aggravated driving under the influence and three counts of wanton endangerment, according to the press release.

State police responded to the call of an injury collision in Munfordville at 11:07 p.m. The crash investigation determined Willis had driven the car from the northbound lane of Interstate 65 onto the exit ramp and failed to stop at the end of the ramp. The vehicle travled across U.S. 31W and struck a steel pole.

Willis and Chapman were both transported to Caverna Memorial Hospital and Doyle was transported to Hardin Memorial Hospital. They were each treated and released from the hospitals, according to the press release.

During the accident investigation, two meth labs were allegedly found in the car.

The investigation is being led by Trooper Raymond Chambers. He was assisted on scene by Trooper Jeremy Smith, Trooper Graham Rutherford, KSP DESI, Hart County EMS, Munfordville Fire Department and Hart County Sheriffs Office personnel.

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