55-year-old Andrew Owens was charged with possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, driving on suspended, violation of financial law, and disregarding a stop sign when officers found weed in his car after he reportedly ran a stop sign.
On October 24th, Memphis Police Officer Heisler was called to the intersection of Macon Road and Gordon Street in reference to a drug-related incident. He reported that he saw Andrew Owens run a stop sign. Heisler activated his blue lights and sirens and pulled over the 2007 Dodge Ram at Macon and Gordon.
When Owens was searched in the police’s system, he was discovered to have a suspended license after he failed to show proof of insurance in 2016. Owens did not have current insurance to show the officer at the scene. During a search, Officers Gross and Cervantes recovered 24 grams of marijuana and a grinder in his vehicle as well as $554 on his person. The money and his vehicle were taken as evidence out of the officer’s assumption that they were obtained or used during the selling of narcotics.
Andrew Owens was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana with intent, unlawful drug paraphernalia, driving on a suspended license, violation of financial law, and disregarding a stop sign. He was released on a $5,000 bond.