Two face multiple charges after found driving vehicle reported stolen
BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Two people are facing multiple charges after officers found them inside a vehicle that was reported stolen.
Officers say Jarrodd Williams, 25, and Michael Anneliese Ford, 25, were found driving a car that had been reported stolen Tuesday. When officers stopped them, according to the arrest report, the two were seen trying to hide something under their seats.
When police searched the vehicle, the report says they found several zip lock bags of meth, a digital scale with the residue of meth, keys to other vehicles, several electronics, and flashlights. Williams told police that everything inside the vehicle belonged to him, but couldn’t tell officers where or when any of it was purchased, the report said.
One set of keys belonged to a Nissan truck, officers said. When questioned about the truck, Williams said he kept his belongings there, but didn’t own it. Officers used a K-9 to search the vehicle and found 191 grams of methamphetamine and vacuum-sealable bags inside the front right passenger side door.
Williams is charged with unlawful use of a motor vehicle, manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance, possession of criminal instruments, and possession of drug paraphernalia. As Ford was being booked at Brazos County Detention Center, jail staff found meth inside her underwear. Ford is charged with possession of a controlled substance, failure to wear a seatbelt, and possession of marijuana.
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