TOPEKA, Kan (WIBW)-- A Shawnee Co. deputy made three arrests after pulling over a vehicle for a registration violation Monday.
Around 4 p.m., a Shawnee County deputy pulled over a Mercury Sable for a registration violation in the 300 block of SE Monroe. The vehicle was occupied by three individuals.
Jayme Douglas, of Topeka, was charged for driving with a revoked license, interference with law enforcement, and multiple other charges.
James McBride, of Topeka, had a warrant for a prior aggravated robbery and two separate misdemeanor warrants. He was taken in to custody and also faces charges of firearm and drug possession, along with various other charges.
Kimberly Baker, of Topeka, was charged for possessing drugs and a seat belt violation.
After investigation of the vehicle, the driver and the two occupants were arrested and transported to Shawnee County Sheriff's Office.