Early Wednesday traffic stop leads to several arrested for drugs

Wednesday, October 14th around 1:30 in the morning, Galesburg Police initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle without a functioning registration light. Before stopping the vehicle, officers heard what was believed to be a small glass object bounce down the roadway. Another officer located the object – it was a glass pipe for smoking methamphetamine. According to police reports, officers made contact with the occupants of the vehicle: 43-year old Gregory Wall of Galesburg, 26-year old Kendra Sage of Monmouth, 25-year old Autumn Schisler of Galesburg, and 26-year old Steven McLaughlin of Galesburg. Each of the occupants gave conflicting accounts of who threw the meth pipe out of the window. It was discovered that Sage had a container of cannabis shake on her person while Schisler had a pill container with cannabis and a small baggie of meth. A search of the vehicle turned up three cannabis pipes and a defaced pill container with Tylenol Codeine Pills inside. Sage was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance; Schisler was arrested for Possession of Meth less than 5 grams, and Wall was arrested for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. This comes two days after Wall was arrested on October 12th for Unlawful Possession of Cannabis in a Motor Vehicle.