A Manchester man was arrested after meth was found in his vehicle during a traffic stop last week.
The Delaware County Sheriff’s Office says 48-year old Terry Bond was stopped along 170th Avenue in the Ryan area last Thursday night for driving with an expired vehicle registration and an invalid driver’s license.
A free air K-9 sniff was conducted on the vehicle after a check showed that Bond was a suspended driver. The Sheriff’s Office says K-9 Eclipse detected the presence of a controlled substance in the vehicle.
Deputies searched the vehicle and found three and a half grams of meth and a black zip case with a methamphetamine pipe. They also found marijuana and a dugout.
Bond was taken into custody. He faces charges of possession of a controlled substance (3rd or subsequent offense) and possession of drug paraphernalia.