A near head-on collision with Webster County Sheriff Ronnie Cullen landed a Sebree woman in jail on nine different charges earlier this month.

Cullen reported that he was patrolling Highway 120 East when he topped a hill and met a 1989 Toyota Camry driven by Tonya Sue Golike. He said that her vehicle was on his side of the road and they barely missed a head-on collision.

Deputy Cullen turned around and performed a traffic stop on the vehicle, stating that upon approaching the vehicle he saw a spoon in the floorboard covered with a crystallized substance.

Golike, according to the police report, admitted that she was driving on a DUI suspended license.

Cullen performed a search of the vehicle upon taking the suspect into custody, locating syringe containing a brown substance that tested positive for meth, bottles filled with Gabapiten, Trazadone and other pills, a plastic bag of marijuana, a bag filled with "roaches", two baggies with approximately a gram of meth in each, a loaded .25 caliber pistol, several more syringes filled with a substance believed to be meth and two more spoons with a blackened substance believed to be meth.

Golike was transported to Baptist Health for a blood test, but admitted to the deputy that her blood was going to be "dirty."

She was charged with:

•Reckless driving

•Failure to maintain insurance

•No registration

•Driving on a DUI suspended license

•Operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs

•Possession of meth

•Possession of heroin

•Possession of an unspecified drug

•Possession of meth

She was lodged at the Webster County Detention Center.

Reach Matt Hughes at 270-667-2068 or matt@journalenterprise.com.