Bakari Arman Maxwell, 27, of Houston, was in possession of heroin and codeine.
Driver Speeding, Found in Possession of Heroin and a Fire Arm, CORRIGAN, May 9, 2016 - At approximately 7:15 pm on May 8, 2016, Officer Joseph Hood, with the Corrigan Police Department initiated a traffic stop on a black Toyota pickup that was speeding on North Home Street (US 59 North). The pickup was being driven by Bakari Arman Maxwell, 27, of Houston. When Officer Hood spoke with Maxwell, he could smell a strong scent of marijuana coming from Maxwell's truck. When Hood ran Maxwell's driver's license, he was informed that his license was suspended. Hood placed Maxwell under arrest for driving while license invalid. Following proper protocol, before Maxwell's vehicle was towed, Hood was responsible for inventorying the vehicle's contents.
Vehicle Inventory Proves to be Revealing...
During an inventory of Maxwell's vehicle, Officer Hood found four bottles of a liquid substance that tested positive for codeine and 1 bottle with a liquid that test positive for heroin. The total combined weight was 2,700 grams. Additionally, Hood found a 9mm pistol.
Bakari Maxwell was charged with: 2 felony counts of manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance, 1 count of unlawful possession of a weapon.
Special thank you: Officer Joseph Hood, Sergeant Harold Rapsilver, and Corrigan Police Chief, Darrell Gibson with the Corrigan Police Department
Officer Joseph Hood, with Corrigan PD shows the contraband.
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