Over 20 plastic bags of alleged methamphetamines were confiscated by Muldrow police after a traffic stop for speeding late Sunday. Two persons were arrested and now face drug-related charges, Muldrow police report.
A traffic stop for speeding at about 8 p.m. Sunday resulted in the arrest of a man and woman, who now face drug charges, and the confiscation of a variety of suspected illegal drugs.
The Muldrow Police Department reported Sgt. Brad Roberts stopped the vehicle, a rental Honda, for speeding at the 321 mile marker in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 40.
A search of the vehicle uncovered over 20 baggies of a substance that field-tested positive for methamphetamine; over 100 syringes, two of which were loaded with an unknown substance; over 20 unknown types of pills; 12.3 grams of a substance that field-tested positive as marijuana; and an unknown amount of cash. The alleged drugs were sent to the state crime lab for analysis.
The suspects are Alison Evans, 32, of Matthews, N.C., and Tony Kiger, 32, of Greenville, S.C. They face charges of speeding, possession of a controlled dangerous substance (CDS) and possession of CDS with intent to deliver. Both were transported to the Sequoyah County Detention Center in Sallisaw. According to records, Kiger was released on bond Monday, but Evans was still incarcerated.
Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director
For more news stories stay tuned to The MIX 105.1 or visit www.kxmx.com
Post a Comment
Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.