On Wednesday, September 20, around 1pm, Johnson County Sheriff’s Deputies were conducting a traffic safety checkpoint on KY 201 when a black 2004 Hyundai approached, driven by Rebecca Clark of Louisa. Upon first contact, deputies reported Clark appeared to be highly under the influence behind the wheel. Standard field sobriety tests were conducted, and multiple needle marks were found on Clark’s arms and she was arrested. She gave consent for a search of the vehicle and was asked several times if there were any needles inside the car which may stick the deputies. Clark advised deputies there were no needles. A search uncovered a hypodermic needle without a cap, facing outward, inside a compartment of the vehicle. Additional needles were found, along with a light bulb that had been turned into a meth pipe. 38-year-old Rebecca Clark was charged with DUI, wanton endangerment, menacing, possession of drug paraphernalia, and multiple traffic violations.