Bryan Police uncovered meth paraphernalia in Billy Dale Garrett's vehicle during a routine traffic stop at the 900 block of Hudson Street over the weekend.
As police approached his vehicle, Garrett stated he was in the area looking for "girls." As police began talking to Garrett, they discovered a hypodermic syringe sitting in plain view on the console. When asked what the syringe was for, Garrett reportedly said it belonged to his father who was a diabetic. A thorough search of the vehicle uncovered one more syringe with traces of blood and a metal spoon with a white powdery residue on it. That residue later tested positive for suspected methamphetamine.
Meanwhile in a separate and unrelated traffic stop in College Station, police say Lisa Robles and Tony Conley were also arrested. Police say Robles, a passenger, tossed a clear glass meth pipe out of the car window in the midst of being pulled over. The pipe was recovered in the roadway and tested positive for the presence of meth. Conley was also arrested after police uncovered a small baggie in his jacket pocket containing crystal meth.
Robles, was arrested for tampering with evidence and Conley, for Possession of a Controlled Substance.
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