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MAN ARRESTED ON DRUG CHARGE IN SCHOOL ZONE

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A Cumberland County man is facing a drug charge following a traffic stop this week. Crossville police stopped a 2000 Lincoln for having dark tinted windows. According to the arrest report, 24-year-old Leo Hayes III of Crossville opened the driver’s door and the officer allegedly smelled an odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle and saw a small bag of meth residue. A search of the vehicle allegedly revealed a silver container with a bag of meth inside. Officers say Hayes reportedly was in possession of meth in a school zone and during the duration of the traffic stop, children were arriving at school. Hayes was arrested and charged with the manufacture, sale and delivery of a Schedule II drug.


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