Police say trucker had fake urine, meth pipe in his rig

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KNOX COUNTY, Ky. (WYMT) - A Dalton, Georgia man is behind bars in Knox County after police say he had fake urine and a meth pipe in his rig Wednesday.

Police arrested the trucker, 46-year- old John Allen Gillespie, from Georgia and charged him with first-degree possession of meth, possessing drug paraphernalia and traffic violations.

Police said Gillespie had a meth pipe with heavy white and burn residue in the shaft and bowl.

He also allegedly possessed a small section of red straw, cut consistent with a snorting straw.

Police said he also had fake urine with a temperature strip on the bottle. The bottle was wrapped in black electrical tape.

The tape is used to attach to the body and simulate human body temperature, police said.

Police also found an empty fake urine bottle lying in the front passenger seat.

Gillespie was taken to the Knox County Detention Center.

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