Non-working tag light leads to seizure of crack cocaine, oxycodone, marijuana

24-year-old Danterious Willis is charged with multiple counts of drug and paraphernalia possession after he was stopped for having an inoperable tag light on Kraft Street earlier this month.

On 1/04/20, Officer Weaver conducted a traffic stop at the intersection of Kraft Street and Parham Drive on a Saturn sedan for having an inoperable tag light. Upon making contact with the driver, identified as Danterious Willis, Officer Weaver detected an odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Officer Weaver then conducted a search of Danterious’ person and uncovered a bag that contained 6 grams of crack cocaine and a razor blade with cocaine residue.

Danterious Willis (MCSO)
Danterious Willis (MCSO)

During a search of the vehicle, officers found a bag of marijuana containing less than half an ounce, a 7.5 mg Oxycodone, and 4 packs of cigars. Based upon the officer’s experience and the evidence obtained it was determined that the razor blade was used to cut smaller portions of crack cocaine in order to prepare them for resale. Danterious was taken into custody and transported to booking.

Danterious Willis was arrested and charged with simple possession schedule VI, simple possession schedule II, unlawful drug paraphernalia, and possession for resale and his bond was set at $18,000.00.

Drew Burnett

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