Parole violator drives with meth and paraphernalia

Parole violator drives with meth and paraphernalia
Photo: Timothy Davis

During the early morning hours of February 14th, a deputy conducted a traffic stop. The pickup truck’s driver  had a vehicle code violation.

The driver, Timothy Davis, did not have a license.  The deputy requested a records check for both Davis and his passenger.

Davis was on parole, with terms that included a submission to a search.

The subsequent search produced a gun holster on the passenger.

For his part, Davis had “five individually packaged containers of suspect methamphetamine with a total weight of 16.4 grams gross field weight, a digital scale with a white crystal residue on it, and a used glass pipe commonly used to ingest methamphetamine” in his vehicle.

While the passenger was released, Davis was arrested for parole violation, possession of controlled substance for sale and transportation of controlled substance for sale. He was held on a bail of $25,000.

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