A Hanceville woman was arrested by Cullman Narcotics Enforcement Team (CNET) agents on Thursday for previously selling meth to undercover officers.
A CNET agent, who remains unnamed for safety reasons, said Vicki L. Cupp, 42, was arrested just after noon on Thursday at Maplewood apartment complex in Hanceville near Wallace State Community College. She was charged with two counts of unlawful distribution of a controlled substance. The CNET agent said they previously purchased several hundred dollars worth of meth in multiple purchases.
“We made a buy on two different occasions from her, she was selling methamphetatmine,” the CNET agent said. “We did surveillance and once she walked down the stairs from her apartment she went and got into her vehicle. We pulled up behind her and she got out and asked what was going on. We told her she was under arrest for distributing methamphetatmine. We were able to arrest her without incident.”
Both CNET agents and the Hanceville Police Department were involved in Cupp’s arrest.
“We didn’t find any methamphetamine on her at the time of her arrest,” the CNET agent said. “She was aware we were looking for her.”
Cupp is being held at the Cullman County Detention Center on a $60,000 property bond.
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