Man jailed on drug charges after officers respond to fight at Dodge’s, conduct random “public sniff”

28-year-old Anthony Gray was charged with drug violations and paraphernalia when officers were called to Dodge’s for a fight but ended up searching a vehicle for drugs. The impromptu search yielded meth pills and unidentified substances.

On June 11th, Clarksville Police Officer Spears was called to the Dodge’s at 1504 Fort Campbell Boulevard in regard to fight. According to the affidavit, when authorities arrived Desiree Anderson and Anthony Gray were actively engaged in a physical altercation. Further investigation found that Gray had been a passenger in a white Dodge Caravan and a public odor sniff was conducted by Officer Weaver and Police Service Dog Riggs. Officer Weaver determined that PSD Riggs had in fact detected a narcotic and this triggered a search of the van.

Anthony Gray (MCSO)
Anthony Gray (MCSO)

This search yielded a digital scale, a bagged rock substance, a bag of white pills, and a bag of assorted, multicolor pills. The report states that the TruNarc Drug Analyzer produced a positive result for methamphetamine for 57 of the pills and the other substances were not identified. Neither Gray nor Anderson claimed ownership of the drugs and because there was paperwork addressed to Anthony Gray in the vehicle, he was charged and booked.

Anthony Gray was arrested and charged with schedule II drug violations and unlawful drug paraphernalia and is jailed in lieu of a $60,000 bond.

Trish Butler

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