What appeared to be a routine traffic stop in Searcy County last Friday night on U.S. Highway 65 near Marshall, took a different turn when a Louisiana woman reportedly started speaking about her husband being after her and talking about the biblical Book of Revelation.
According to the probable cause affidavit, 49-year-old Angellena Johnson then showed law enforcement a picture on her cellphone of a standing individual and said she could see a three-headed demon.
At one point, the woman from Natchitoches said she thought the law enforcement officer had been sent by her husband to retrieve her and then began chanting a verse sounding like Latin.
When a back-up officer responded, he spoke with Johnson and then asked if there was anything illegal in her vehicle.
She reportedly replied, “I have some weed.” She then exited her vehicle and from its trunk handed the officer a large plastic bag containing marijuana.
A further search of her vehicle by law enforcement revealed a loose substance, which field tested positive as methamphetamine in the driver’s seat. Further inspection led to a marijuana pipe, a second pipe with crystal-like residue and a small egg-shaped container holding approximately one-half of an ounce of a white crystalline substance. The substance field tested positive for meth.
Johnson has been charged with three felony drug-related offenses, as well as two misdemeanors, and a speeding violation.
The amount of her bond was not listed in online court documents.