MAN WANTED IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY ARRESTED IN GLASGOW FOR SUSPECTED DRUG USE AFTER TRAFFIC STOP PDF Print
Saturday, 09 March 2013 06:57

On Wednesday, March 6th, at about 2:31 pm, Glasgow Police observed 21-year-old Dustin Murphy traveling east on East Main Street with no seatbelt. Upon making contact, Murphy provided an expired Pennsylvania license. Verified through dispatch, the subject’s license expired in February. Murphy stated that he had been living in Kentucky for bout a month, but had traffic charges out of Cumberland County from early January of this year. Police discovered that Murphy had an active Kentucky Warrant for failure to appear out of Cumberland County. Police observed that Murphy seemed to be acting suspicious as he stepped out of his vehicle and he was hesitant to step away from the vehicle. Murphy stated that the vehicle was not his and he could not give clear answers to what was in the vehicle. Due to the suspect’s behavior, K-9 unit was led around the vehicle. The K-9 got a hit on the driver side door of the vehicle, then in the center console of the vehicle. During a search of the vehicle, a small baggie containing a green leafy substance suspected to be marijuana was found along with a small glass container filled with a green leafy substance suspected to be “spice.” Along with the suspected marijuana and the suspected “spice”, a small glass pipe was also found with suspected drug residue. Above subject was then placed under arrest for the active warrant and transported to the Barren County Correctional center. Murphy’s charges include: Failure to wear seatbelt, operating vehicle with expired operators license, Residents not to use license of other state, Possession of marijuana, Possession of synthetic cannabinoid, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

 

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