CS Man Accused of Flushing Meth Down Jail Cell Toilet

Christopher Scott Davis
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A 44-year-old College Station man who was arrested on drug charges is facing more charges -- after he's accused of flushed crystal meth down a jail-cell toilet before being booked.

On Tuesday a deputy constable arrested Christopher Scott Davis during traffic stop for having an expired trailer plate -- but during the stop meth and steroids were also discovered in his vehicle. On Tuesday a deputy constable arrested Christopher Scott Davis during traffic stop for having an expired trailer plate -- but during the stop meth and steroids were also discovered in his vehicle.

Court documents say, once inside the jail, when the deputy turned to grab a paper towel, Davis walked into an open cell and flushed something from his pants pocket. According to the report, he later admitted to flushing a small amount of meth down the toilet.

He was charged with manufacture and delivery of two grams of meth, a second-degree felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison, tampering with evidence, a third-degree felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison, and misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance. He remains in jail on $110,000 bond.




 
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