Man arrested with meth after leaving local trap spot

William Neal was arrested for methamphetamine violation, unlawful drug paraphernalia, and driving on a revoked license after he was seen leaving a known trap spot.

Officer Jswaffer conducted a traffic stop on Crossland Avenue based on reasonable suspicion. The vehicle in question was seen leaving a known trap spot where numerous drug-related arrests have been made over the past several months. Upon making contact with the driver, later identified as William Neal, Officer Jswaffer states that William seemed to be under the influence of some type of drug. William did admit to not having a driver’s license and to the fact that it had been suspended.

William Neal (MCSO)
William Neal (MCSO)

William was then asked to step out of the vehicle and also asked if he would consent to a search of his person. Upon receiving consent to the search the officer found a meth pipe in William’s front right pocket and uncovered a baggie of meth. William’s license had been revoked back in 2006 and never reinstated and he was later charged for driving on revoked in 2018, making this his 2nd offense for driving on a revoked license.

William Neal was arrested and charged with Meth Violation, Unlawful Drug Paraphernalia, and Driving on Revoked License. His bond was set at $15,000.

Drew Burnett

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