K9 Officer Apache of Scott County Sheriff’s Office Alerts on Ohio Couple

K9 Officer Apache is already hard at work and making an impact in Scott County according to the Scott County Sheriff’s Office recent Press Release.
It states that Christopher Steven Bray of Bainbridge, Ohio was removed from a vehicle for Suspicion of DUID. Bray was stopped while driving a gold Mustang on Highway 23 for Reckless Driving and after speaking with and identifying Bray, he was removed and patted down. The pat down revealed a large rolled bundle of currency in his pocket. The Deputy placed Bray’s personal belongings in the trunk of the suspect’s vehicle and the passenger, Lacee Seymour, also of Bainbridge was asked to step out of the vehicle along with two dogs and her nine year old son.
K9 Officer Apache then ran the vehicle and alerted on the passenger door, as well as on the roll of currency in the trunk of the vehicle. A search of the vehicle revealed 119.3 grams of what field tested positive as Methamphetamine Schedule II, 15.3 grams of a powdery substance, possibly heroin, various items of drug paraphernalia, a variety of different pill bottles containing multiple schedules of narcotics ranging from Schedule II, III, and IV. The Mustang was also seized as a result of the amount of illegal narcotics found, along with $3,061 in cash.
Bray is charged with Reckless Driving, No Valid Operator’s License, DUID, Possession of Schedule II with Intent to Distribute x2, Possession of Schedule III with Intent to Distribute, Possession of Schedule IV with Intent to Distribute, Simple Possession of Marijuana, and Child Neglect/Endangerment.
Seymour is charged with Possession of Schedule II with Intent to Distribute x2, Possession of Schedule III with Intent to Distribute, Possession of Schedule IV with Intent to Distribute, Simple Possession of Marijuana, and Child Neglect/Endangerment.
 

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