TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – A few males had been arrested adhering to a traffic cease that resulted in a number of expenses in Jackson County on Tuesday, January 26th.
Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse suggests deputies stopped a northbound Ford F-150 truck bearing a Texas license plate pulling a trailer in the City of Holton close to 9th and Arizona Ave. soon in advance of 1 p.m. on January 26th.
According to the Sheriff, deputies uncovered that the South Dakota license plate on the trailer had been described stolen. The deputies also located a piece of tape on the trailer tongue that had been spray-painted to match the trailer. Officers say the piece of tape was masking the VIN selection.
Sheriff Morse claims the trailer experienced been described stolen out of Cherry County, Nebraska in Oct of 2020.
The driver, Michael A. Hall, 35, of Mauriceville, Texas, was arrested for the adhering to: possession of a hallucinogenic drug, driving while suspended, transporting an open container and for an excellent felony warrant.
Brian Michael Miller, 29, of Sulphur, Louisiana, was arrested for the next: possession of a hallucinogenic drug, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a firearm by a person addicted/use controlled substance, legal possession of a weapon by felon convicted in past 5 yrs.
Shane E. Sanger, 46, of Vidor, Texas, was arrested for the next: transporting an open container and possession of stolen house felony. All 3 gentlemen ended up booked into the Jackson County Jail.
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