An Ashley County deputy seized more than 60 doses of suspected LSD during a routine traffic stop last week.
Ashley County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Investigator Tad Huntsman’s report on the incident said Deputy Lance Smith was the arresting officer.
At approximately 11: 50 p.m. Nov. 25, Smith was on routine patrol in the Milo area
Huntsman said that in the course of a traffic stop, Smith made contact with Zackary Jenkins and that Jenkins driver’s license came back as restricted. Huntsman also said that Jenkins is a parolee under active supervisions with a search waiver on file.
Huntsman’s report says that Smith asked Jenkins to step out of the vehicle while Smith searched the vehicle.
Smith reportedly recovered a black pocket size zipper pouch containing suspected LSD, methamphetamine and marijuana. A small baggy containing paper strips notched into squares field-tested positive for LSD.
The suspected LSD is approximately 64 dosage units with a street value of approximately $1,500.
Jenkins was placed under arrest for possession with intent to deliver LSD, possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine and possession with intent to deliver marijuana.
No other information was available at press time.