38-year-old Kendall Henderson was stopped on I-65 for traveling at 20 mph in a lane of travel. THP Officer Fuller spoke with Henderson, who was the driver of the vehicle, and who admitted he was using Kratom, which is illegal in Tennessee. Henderson was reportedly confused and disoriented and admitted to doing “multiple drugs” over the past few days.
Kendall Henderson was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on February 18th, charged with driving under the influence (DUI). She is free on pre-trial release to his 43 Pipe Springs Road address in Morgantown, KY.
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3 Thoughts to “DUI: man traveling 20 mph on I-65 admits to using Kratom — Kendall Henderson”
Unfortunately, Kratom is still legal as long as it is not synthetic
Is it important for you to provide accurate information to your readers? kratom is not illegal in Tennessee, which is probably why that was the one drug out of multiple he told police he was using. It is also generally not a disorienting substance.
Kratom is legal in Tennessee.