Police: Man arrested with assorted pills
DPS troopers arrested a 42-year-old Longview man after allegedly finding a mixture of pills in his vehicle, according to reports.
After pulling over Adrian Dimitri Jones near the 131 eastbound mile marker of Interstate 30 for a routine traffic stop, troopers said Jones was allegedly “nervous and shaking heavily.” Jones allegedly admitted to troopers he “drank the night before in the vehicle with friends and was unsure if any open containers had been left behind,” according to the report.
Upon completing a probable cause search, troopers allegedly located an open bottle of vodka and another open container within reach of Jones, as well as a digital scale, a “clear bag containing numerous smaller clear plastic bags” and a bottle containing “numerous pills in a cellophane-like packaging,” the report read.
According to the report, five of the pills “appeared to be homemade” and “were of similar shapes, colors and designs … in the past identified as ecstasy or MDMA.”
The other 15 pills ranged in markings, the report read, and three were not identifiable at all.
“The presence of the small digital scale … commonly used to weigh narcotics in their distribution suggested bags were possessed to aid in the distribution of narcotics or other illicit substance,” the report read.
Jones was taken into custody without incident and charged with possession of a schedule 2 controlled substance between 1 and 4 grams. He remains in jail on bonds totaling $10,000, according to records.
Reports of criminal mischief hit county
Three different reports of criminal mischief came into Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office over the weekend, according to 911 call logs.
At 8:10 p.m. Friday, a caller at Casa Bella on Main Street in Cumby alerted deputies that “someone prank called them and ordered 10 pizzas” and the restaurant wanted follow-up to be paid.
At 10:36 p.m. Friday, a caller reported a light-colored Chrysler 300 was “throwing eggs out of the car at other vehicles” near County Road 1106.
At 9:24 a.m. Saturday, a caller from Mill Street in Cumby reported “someone had spray-painted dirty words on signs.”
Sheriff’s deputies took information on all of these calls and followed up, according to call logs.
• Cows on the roadway at Country 2310
at 6:37 p.m. on Friday;
• Horses on the road at 6:05 a.m. at FM
3505 in North Hopkins on Saturday.
The horses ran back into their pasture;
• Calf out at the boat ramp at 7:42 a.m.
at County Road 4762; and
• Cows out at 8:41 a.m. Saturday near
the Old 67 Business service road.
When deputies arrived the cows had
gone back into their pasture but the
fence was broken.