2014-07-23 / Front Page

Drug charge made in traffic stop


Some of the contraband found in the stopped vehicle Some of the contraband found in the stopped vehicle On Tuesday, July 15, while patrolling in the area of Crawford and College Street, Officer Lucas Davis observed a green Ford Explorer traveling north on Crawford Street with suspended registration. Officer Davis initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle.

The vehicle stopped on First Street and Main Street (The Square).

While speaking with the driver, Bradley Dewayne Chambless, 34, of 281 Old Donalsonville Road, Colquitt, the officer noted he appeared nervous with indicators of drug use.

As Officer Davis continued to talk with Chambless, he continued to become more nervous.

The officer asked Chambless if there was any reason he would be nervous.

The subject Chambless, stated that he had a “few roaches” and produced them, which were in a white pill substance form, and was packaged in individual baggies.

Chambless was placed under arrest placed in the backseat of the patrol car, transported to the Miller County Jail and charged with the following: Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Distribute.

The green Ford Explorer was released to the passenger, Melanie Morales

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