Traffic Stop and Drug Cache Leads to Jail

Traffic Stop and Drug Cache Leads to Jail

Amargosa Road and Roy Rogers Drive

VICTORVILLE — How often have we read the same story — a traffic stop initiated by an officer of the law, after which time drugs or other nefarious activity is discovered?

That story played out again on Friday morning at Roy Rogers Drive and Amargosa Road when a VPD officer stopped a white Honda Accord driving at a high rate of speed.

The driver, 53-year-old Victorville resident Tony Carol Calloway, became aggressive and got himself detained.  Turns out, he was already on felony probation.

In addition, Calloway had meth, heroin, and cocaine in his car, along with a large amount of cash.

Calloway was charged with possession of narcotics for sale, possession of cocaine base for sale, and possession of a controlled substance for sale. His next court date is October 11.

Traffic Stop and Drug Cache Leads to Jail was last modified: October 11th, 2017 by admin
Categories: San Bernardino
Tags: drug sales, drugs

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