Six arrested, 630 pills found in van
LONDON, Ky. (WTVQ) On March 4th, London Police say they responded to a report about possible drug activity in the parking lot of a Family Dollar on U.S.
When officers arrived, a mini van matching the description reported was seen leaving the Family Dollar and turning onto Commercial Drive. Officers say they spotted a passenger in the rear of the vehicle not wearing a seat-belt, and conducted a traffic stop.
When Officer Jacob Bormann approached the vehicle and began talking to the passengers, he stated they appeared overly nervous. The registered owner of the vehicle, Gloria Smith, was asked to exit the vehicle and consent for officers to search it.
Police say they found two glass pipes with residue inside, a plastic baggy and container containing what Officers believe to be methamphetamine.
They also found three components used in manufacturing meth, and 119 pills containing pseudoephedrine.
By the end of the search, officers reported seizing a variety of pills, 630 in total. Some of them were identified as Oxycodone, Lyrica, Loratadine, and Carisoprodol.
Charges are as follows:
- Caleb Roger Jr. Brumley Manufacturing Methamphetamine
- Jose A.
Montero Possession of controlled substance, trafficking in controlled substance, and prescribed controlled substance not in its original container.
- Elsie M.
Roberts Failure to wear seat belt, possession of controlled substance, manufacturing methamphetamine
- Timothy Roberts Public intoxication of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, manufacturing methamphetamine
- Gloria Smith Public intoxication of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, and manufacturing methamphetamine
- Troy D.
smith Manufacturing methamphetamine, driving under the influence of drugs