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AM Stone | WVOW News
CRAWLEY CREEK Four individuals arrested on conspiracy and drug charges following a traffic stop for speeding.
State Police were conducting road patrols on US 119 back on Thursday, May fourth when troopers observed a vehicle traveling approximately thirteen miles over the limit. According to a complaint filed in Logan County Magistrate Court, the vehicle turned on to Upper Crawley Creek Road and Trooper Holden initiated a stop.
According to the complaint, the trooper smelled marijuana. “The driver was unable to provide a physical operators and instead produced an image of an Ohio driver’s license. The driver, 23-year-old Naquis Davion Lousi of Akron, did not have the vehicle rental agreement, registration or insurance.
A search was conducted on the vehicle. Troopers discovered marijuana, a clear plastic bag of individual bags of a clear substance believed to be methamphetamine. Troopers also seized other bags of white powder believed to be fentanyl. Two pistols were als recovered.
Louis was charged with possession with intent to deliver meth and fentanyl. He was also charged with conspiracy and a prohibited person in possession of firearm. Magistrate Dwight Williamson set a cash only bond of $100,000.
A passenger, 29-year-old Franklyn Paul Thompson was charged with conspiracy and bond set at $50,000.
Another passenger, 24-year-old Fredrick Roberts Jr., was charged with possession with intent to deliver meth, fentanyl and conspiracy. $100,000 cash bond was set by the magistrate.
Lastly, 38-year-old Alisha Freeman was charged with conspiracy. According to complaint, Freeman admitted to concealing drugs in her bra while being transported to Southwestern Regional Jail. She was also charged with possession with intent to deliver meth and fentanyl. Her bond was set at $100,000 cash