Edmonson Voice Report:
A Brownsville man is facing felony drug charges and more after a traffic stop resulted in the discovery of meth on Saturday night, according to the Edmonson County Sheriff's Office.
In a press release, the Sheriff's Office said that around 11PM on Saturday night, a deputy initiated a traffic stop at the intersection of KY HWY 259 and Morgantown Road on a Ford Ranger with one headlight.
The Sheriff's Office stated that the driver was identified as Zachery Sale, (24), of Brownsville. Sale could not produce an operator’s license, and it was confirmed through local dispatch that his license was DUI suspended. The deputy allegedly smelled the odor of marijuana emitting from Sale and a probable cause search was conducted that produced suspected methamphetamine. The vehicle’s license plate was also discovered as a cancelled registration and Sale failed to produce an insurance card.
Sale was arrested and charged with:
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