Expired Tag Stop Earns Jamey Arwood Jail Trip

by | Feb 24, 2017 | Breaking News, City News, Crime, Cullman City, Public Safety

Expired Tag Stop Earns Jamey Arwood Jail Trip

Sergeant Chris Thomason and Officer Tyler Jackson of the Cullman Police Department recently conducted a traffic stop focused on an expired license tag.

The incident occurred along U.S. Highway 278 West at the Cleveland Avenue intersection in the City of Cullman. A Honda Accord was the vehicle in question.

Expired Tag Stop Earns Jamey Arwood Jail Trip

During the traffic stop, Sgt. Thomason recovered various items of contraband from the vehicle:

• Methamphetamine

• Focalin pills (Schedule 2 controlled substance stimulant)

• Drug paraphernalia

Expired Tag Stop Earns Jamey Arwood Jail Trip

As result, Thomason and Jackson promptly arrested:

Jamey Eugene Arwood (43) of Baldwin

Expired Tag Stop Earns Jamey Arwood Jail Trip

Expired Tag Stop Earns Jamey Arwood Jail Trip

Arwood was charged with:

• Possession with intent to Distribute a Controlled Substance

• Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 

After his arrest, Arwood was transported to the Cullman County Detention Center. He was booked at that facility on a $15,000 bond.

If anyone has information involving illegal drug activities, please contact Cullman Police Department at 256-734-1434 or 256-775-7179.

Note: Mr. Atwwod has been charged with an offenses, NOT convicted of crimes. The judicial process following this arrest ultimately determines their individual guilt or innocence in regards to the criminal charge.


Expired Tag Stop Earns Jamey Arwood Jail Trip

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