Man tells officers he sold drugs ‘hours before’ he was stopped, and admits to selling for 2+ months

#DontTalkToTheCops: 20-year-old Kalvin Shaner was charged with schedule II drug violation, schedule IV drug violation, schedule VI drug violation, and unlawful drug paraphernalia after police pulled him over for a registration violation and he admitted every crime he’s ever committed in his adult life.

On February 15th, police conducted a traffic stop on a black Dodge for a registration violation on Power Street. Officers made contact with the driver who was identified as Kalvin Shaner. Kalvin consented to a search of the vehicle and once he exited, police stated the odor of “raw marijuana” could be smelled emitting from his person. During the search, officers recovered half a gram of cocaine, 4 grams of marijuana, Alprazolam pills, a mason jar with green residue, raw tips, raw rolling papers, baking soda, plastic baggies, a black digital scale, contact case, and an iPhone 11. Kalvin was then Mirandized, but he insisted on speaking.

Kalvin Shaner (MCSO)
Kalvin Shaner (MCSO)

During the interview with police, Kalvin admitted to selling marijuana hours prior to being stopped by the police and stated that his intent was to sell the cocaine and pills for profit. He went on to say that he had been selling drugs for approximately 2 months. Kalvin then gave consent to search his phone and police found multiple text messages that were “indicative of buying and selling narcotics.” Officer Hickman determined the mason jar with green residue, the green container with stems and seeds, cigarillos, raw tips, raw rolling papers, baking soda, plastic baggies, digital scale, and contact case were all items of drug paraphernalia.

Kalvin Shaner was arrested and charged with Schedule II Drug Violations, Schedule IV Drug Violations, Schedule VI Drug Violation, as well as Unlawful Drug Paraphernalia. His bond was set at $7,500.

Jason Steen

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