Oregon man busted with narcotics in Siskiyou County

Oregon man busted with narcotics in Siskiyou County
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An Oregon man has been arrested in Siskiyou County on suspicion of transporting and possessing narcotics for sale.

Just after 12:30 PM on May 27, a deputy pulled over 42-year-old Mandron Coulter of Medford, Oregon, on the 2300 block of SR 3 for observed traffic violations.

Coulter turned out to have been driving on a suspended license, as well as being on probation, which prompted a search of his person and vehicle.

The deputy reportedly found a large quantity of methamphetamine, three bundles of packaged meth in Coulter’s socks, and a glass smoking pipe.

Coulter was arrested and booked on multiple charges, including possession of a controlled substance and driving on a suspended license.

Oregon man busted with narcotics in Siskiyou County was last modified: June 3rd, 2020 by admin
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