Clarksville man charged with possession while police investigate a separate incident

34-year-old Larry Hopkins was charged with possession of meth and possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance after officers came into contact with him and a female while investigating a separate incident and discovered meth and a pill inside their vehicle.

On March 24th, officers made contact with Larry Hopkins and Sarah England at 208 South Meadow Drive while investigating a separate incident at 225 Jeffery Drive. Upon contact, Officer Westover requested consent to search Sarah’s black Ford Expedition.

Larry Hopkins (MCSO)

During the search, officers found a Newport box that contained suspected methamphetamine. After Larry was Mirandized, he admitted the methamphetamine belonged to him. Officers noted they also found in the Newport box a pill that was scored C2.

A field test was conducted and the substance tested positive for methamphetamines with a preliminary weight in excess of 0.5 grams. The pill scored C2 was identified using the Drug Identification Bible 2015/2016 as Clonazepam, which is a Schedule IV controlled substance. During a search of Larry’s person, officers also found $900 and a cell phone.

Larry Hopkins was arrested and charged with possession of meth and possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance. His bond was set at $10,000.


Joshua Beal

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