Traffic stop leads to drug arrest

On January 18, a deputy conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle missing a front license plate. The registration that the driver displayed did not belong to the vehicle. During the traffic stop, the deputy searched the vehicle and found about 100 small baggies containing a powder residue that tested positive for heroin. There were also syringes and a set of digital scales in the vehicle.

The driver, Troy Wickline, was charged with possession with the intent to distribute a Schedule I or II controlled substance.

Troy Wickline was charged with possession with the intent to distribute a Schedule I or II controlled substance.

Troy Wickline was charged with possession with the intent to distribute a Schedule I or II controlled substance.

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