A simple visitors prevent has prompted the arrest of a Clarksdale guy for possession of drugs and could guide to extra fees.
Clarksdale law enforcement were being patrolling the place of State Road and Freeway 322 Wednesday morning and pulled more than a motorist for not putting on a seat belt.
In a statement from the Clarksdale Law enforcement Department, corporals LJ Peters and Alvin Coley stopped the motorist who was recognized as Ricky Joiner, 29, of Clarksdale. The statement explained Joiner also gave officers false details.
Officer cited Joiner for not carrying a seat belt and suspicion lifted from his conflicting story prompted them to research the auto.
The report said police uncovered a felonious amount of marijuana. Officers also stated they located Joiner in possession of two assault rifles, a handgun and hundreds of rounds of ammunition.
Joiner was transported to the Coahoma County Jail and he appeared in advance of Clarkdale Municipal Court docket Judge Derek Hopson. Bond was denied pending a preliminary hearing.
The investigation into this arrest is continuing.
Motorist are reminded Clarksdale is below a curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. each night time and any person driving, strolling or observed in public locations will be stopped and questioned by police or sheriff’s deputies.
Clarksdale Assistant Police Main Vince Ramirez has asked everyone with information about this incident, or any other felony crime, to simply call the Clarksdale Law enforcement Section at 621-8156, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or only dial 911. All calls continue to be anonymous and hard cash is compensated to those people furnishing facts that qualified prospects to resolving this criminal offense.