Two Arrested On Crack, Marijuana ChargesMar 17th, 2011 | By Submitted | Category: Front Page
Madison police officers arrested two men on drug charges following a traffic stop.
On Sunday, March 13, at 6:52 a.m., Ptl. Joey Smith conducted a traffic stop on a gold Buick Regal for a traffic infraction and displaying a tag not assigned to the vehicle.
Ptl. Smith made contact with the driver of the vehicle, James Hill, and questioned him about the tag and asked for a driver license.
During the questioning, Smith discovered that Hill had given him a false name. At this time, Hill was paced under arrest for attaching a tag not assigned and resisting arrest without violence.
Ptl. Eric Gilbert arrived and began questioning the passenger, Charlie Carter.
Gilbert conducted a warrants check on
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Carter and discovered that Carter had active warrants out of Georgia. At this time, Carter was placed under arrest.
During a patdown search of both subjects, Ptl. Gilbert and Ptl. Smith located five small bags of marijuana on Hill’s person and a Tylenol bottle containing 41 pieces of crack cocaine on Carter’s person.
At this time, both subjects were transported to the county jail.
James Hill was charged with possession of marijuana with intent to sell, attaching a tag not assigned and resisting arrest without violence.
Charlie Carter was charged with Possession of cocaine with intent to sell.