Crime beat: Bryant and Joyner

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April 26

Around 12:43 a.m., Deputy Jared Dewey stopped a vehicle on Interstate 10 in Madison County for a faulty equipment violation.

While discussing the violation with the driver (who was identified as Khiry Brendon Bryant, 24, of Tallahassee) Deputy Dewey detected the odor of green, ‘unburnt’ marijuana emanating from inside the vehicle.

Deputy Dewey instructed Bryant to exit the vehicle. When questioned about the marijuana odor, Bryant stated that there had been marijuana in the vehicle earlier.

Deputy Dewey explained that he was going to conduct a probable cause search of the vehicle. Bryant then admitted that the vehicle contained two marijuana cigarettes.

During the probable cause search, Deputy Dewey located the two marijuana cigarettes concealed beneath the center console.

After searching further, Deputy Dewey located two cigarette packs concealed inside a toiletry bag. Both packs contained green marijuana. The toiletry bag also contained a digital scale along with several small plastic bags that are commonly used to package illegal narcotics. Bryant was arrested without incident and is facing charges of possession of marijuana over 20 grams and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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Madison County Sheriff Ben Stewart reports that around 2:15 a.m., Deputy Martin Morris stopped a vehicle for committing a traffic violation on State Road 14 at the 251 Interstate 10 interchange.

While talking with the driver (identified as Miller Bradley Joyner, 24, of Gainesville), Deputy Morris became suspicious of Joyner’s behavior.

After requesting consent, Deputy Morris was given permission to search the vehicle and during the search, located an unmarked pill bottle in the center console.

The pill bottle contained seven Adderall pills.

Joyner stated that he did not have a prescription for the pills.

During a further search, Deputy Morris located a plastic bag that contained Psilocybin mushrooms concealed inside the driver side door pocket. A black backpack was located on the rear seat. Inside the backpack were several glass jars that each contained marijuana and THC wax. A digital scale and a glass-smoking pipe were also discovered. Joyner was arrested without incident and is facing charges of possession of marjauana over 20 grams, possession of a controlled substance (THC wax), possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of Schedule I substance (psilocybin) and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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