Man Charged With Possession in Bizarre Situation, SCHWAB CITY, August 4, 2009 - In a strange situation involving a car chasing a woman on a tractor, an arrest was made in South Polk County. The woman got away from her chaser and was able to call the Polk County Sheriff's Office. At approximately 9 pm on August 4, 2009, Deputy Lee Rogers was dispatched to FM-2665 to investigate the weird scenario. Rogers noticed a green 1997 Subaru Imprezza parked on the shoulder facing west on 2665 at Copeland Creek and occupied by William Bolton, 51, of Livingston (Scenic Loop Area). According to Rogers, Bolton appeared to be intoxicated. The vehicle was not registered and had expired tags. Rogers noticed that Bolton had blood on his shirt and a prescription medication bottle on the floor of the vehicle. Rogers was given consent to search the vehicle and found syringes, spoons with methamphetamine, prescriptions and prescription medication for other people. Narcotics Investigator Randy Turner was dispatched to assist in the search and investigation. More prescriptions were found. Bolton was charged with possession of a controlled substance, and may be charged with tampering with evidence and fictitious license plate. Bolton was placed under arrest and booked into Polk County Jail. A rollback wrecker from Ken's Towing recovered Bolton's vehicle and it will be stored at Harrison Body Shop in Livingston. The scene was cleared by 10:40 pm.
Spoons containing methamphetamine, syringes, prescriptions for other people.
Prescriptions stuffed in a medicine bottle, and prescription medication
Deputy Randy Turner specializes in narcotics.
Deputy Lee Rogers and Randy Turner question Bolton.
Bolton is cuffed and placed under arrest.
Vehcile Recovery Specialist Ken from Ken's Towing is one of Pok County's finest.
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