Man Faces More Drug Charges On Top Of Outstanding Warrant
Darren Doyle, story:
A Bowling Green man is facing multiple felony charges after a bag he allegedly left behind at a local store led police to his arrest.
According to Brownsville Police, they received a call that a clerk at the Minit Mart in Brownsville had discovered a bag left by a customer on Tuesday, around 3:45pm. The caller said the bag was discovered after the customer left and store personnel opened the bag in an attempt to find identification from the owner.
Police said the caller found illegal drugs instead and local authorities began a search of the area using the man's description and video footage from the store.
Police said they, along with Sheriff's deputies, began asking local residents about the man in question and someone led them to the Green River Apartments. Police said they knocked on the first door at which they arrived where the resident allowed them to enter. They said they found the suspect inside the apartment who was identified as Kristopher York, (37) of Bowling Green, who already had an outstanding warrant for drug related charges in Warren County, according to police.
Police said inside the bag was 18 grams of methamphetamine, 3 ounces of marijuana, 21 pills of three different narcotic types that were not in their original containers, along with various drug paraphernalia, cash, and two large knives.
York was arrested and charged with:
York was transported and lodged in the Hart County Jail. Assisting the Brownsville Police was the Edmonson County Sheriff's Office.