Defective Exhaust Leads to Drug Charges in Scott County

A Scott County Deputy performed a traffic stop because of defective exhaust. The driver, identified as Andrew Williams, had an active warrant for his arrest out of Wise County as well as a capias from Scott County. A black pouch belonging to the driver had several baggies with residue, digital scales, and $402 in cash.
The front seat passenger, Shirley Adams gave consent for her purse to be searched. The deputy located twenty baggies in a pill bottle, with a grinder, powder and a pipe. Adams advised the deputy that it was in fact methamphetamine.
In the backseat, a passenger identified as Junior Harold Collins had $313 in cash, two grams of methamphetamine, a set of brass knuckles, oxymorphone pills, and an empty baggie. The deputy also located a syringe in the dash.
Charges for these subjects include Conspiracy to Distribute Schedule II, Possession of Paraphernalia, Possession of Schedule II, and Possession of a Concealed Weapon by Felon.

 

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