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SHERMAN, TX -- A Grayson County K-9 officer helps deputies find three people who were allegedly carrying meth in their car.

Jeffrey Dosh, 33, of Durant, along with James Quinn, 26, of Dallas, and Ashley Blackwell, 30, of Durant, all face charges including drug possession.

Around 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Investigator Mark Haning stopped an SUV on Highway 75 near Fallon Drive.

That's when he saw a woman lying down in the back seat. Deputies say Blackwell gave a false name, and all three gave different stories about where they were going.

After searching the car, Haning found 50 grams of meth, along with digital scales, pipes and glassine bags, according to the Grayson County Sheriff's Office.

Bond for Dosh and Quinn was set at $25,000 and Blackwell at nearly $17,000. All three suspects remain in the Grayson County Jail tonight while awaiting trial.