Sheriff: Traffic stop reveals drugs in man's boots
COLFAX - A 40-year-old Dry Prong man pulled over for not using signals now is facing three drug charges.
The Grant Parish Sheriff's Office said in a news release a deputy discovered crystal meth and marijuana in James Timothy Powell's car earlier this week.
Powell was arrested and faces charge of possession of crystal meth, possession of marijuana and failure to use signals.
The news release says the drugs were discovered in the vehicle, in Powell's pocket and in his boot.
Online jail records do not list an attorney for Powell.
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