Man Found with Meth in his Sock during Traffic Stop

Smithville Police arrested a man for possession of methamphetamine after finding some meth in his sock during a routine traffic stop.
20 year old Jim Thomas Flesher, III was also cited for speeding and financial responsibility. Flesher was stopped for a traffic violation on Sunday, February 5 and upon checking with central dispatch for driver license validation, the officer was informed that there was a failure to appear warrant out of DeKalb County for Flesher. He was placed into custody and upon a search incident to arrest, 0.6 grams of methamphetamine was located in his right sock. His bond is $2,500 and his court date is March 2.
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50 year old Mark Owen Alvis was cited for simple possession and driving on revoked license for DUI Wednesday, February 8. Police were called to conduct a welfare check on a suspicious person in the parking lot of the Department of Children Services. Upon making contact with the described vehicle, the officer spotted a man, identified as Mark Alvis, sitting in the driver’s seat with the engine running. Upon receiving consent to search, nine round pills believed to be oxycodone were found in Alvis’ left front pocket. No prescription could be provided. A computer check revealed that Alvis’s driver’s license were revoked for a previous DUI. A licensed driver was contacted to take Alvis home. His court date is March 9.
31 year old Tracy Ann Thomason was cited for theft of property on Sunday, January 29. Thomason allegedly tore tags off of clothing and put the clothes in her purse with the intent of depriving Wal-Mart of its merchandise.
35 year old Maria I Morales-Vazquez was arrested on Tuesday, January 3 for driving on a suspended license and she was cited for speeding, child restraint, and no insurance. Morales-Vanzquez was pulled over for speeding in a school zone. The officer noticed that a child in the car was not in a car seat or wearing a seat belt. Vazquez was not able to provide proof of insurance. A computer check revealed that her license were suspended in 2005, 2006, and 2015 for failure to answer/pay and for not showing proof of insurance. Her bond is $1,500 and her court date is February 16.
22 year old Javier Ordaz Desirena was arrested on Saturday, February 4 for DUI and was cited for speeding, driver’s license violation, registration violation, financial responsibility and implied consent. Desirena was stopped for a traffic violation and the officer detected a strong odor of alcohol coming from his breath. His speech was slurred and his eyes were red and blood shot. Desirena was unable to perform standardized field sobriety tasks successfully and he refused to give blood. His bond is $1,500 and his court date is February 23
42 year old William Tony Wright was arrested on Monday, February 6 for disorderly conduct. Officers responded to Walmart where Wright allegedly made statements that he was going to break out Wal-Mart’s windows and cut people with the glass and that he was going to fight someone there for just walking past him. Officers tried several times to get him to leave the store but he refused. For his safety and that of the public, Wright was taken into custody. His bond is $1,500 and his court date is February 23.
28 year old Justin C. Price was arrested on Wednesday, February 8 for a third offense of driving on a revoked license and he was cited for improper display. Police responded to the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department to take a report of an alleged assault. After obtaining the information needed, the officer checked on Justin Price through central dispatch and learned that he has an active warrant against him for a second offense of driving on a revoked license or subsequent out of DeKalb County. Price was placed into custody at that time. It was discovered that Price had driven to the Sheriff’s Department and that his license are still revoked for not paying his fines and costs out of Bradley County. The tag on the vehicle Price drove to the Sheriff Department is not registered to that vehicle. His bond is $4,500 and his court date is February 23.

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