A Drew County man was arrested on drug charges last week following a traffic stop during which Drew County Sheriff’s deputies reportedly discovered approximately 6.9 grams of what the deputies believe is “Ice” methamphetamine.
Glynn Vincent, 51, is being held on a $50,000 bond for possession of methamphetamine with the intent to deliver, according to a news release from the Drew County Sheriff’s Office.
Vincent was traveling west on Arkansas 138 east of Monticello when he was stopped by deputies. During a search of the passengers, the deputies allegedly found 6.9 grams of a white, crystal-like substance that they believed to be methamphetamine, enough to yield 103-138 “hits” of the drug, according to the news release.
Drew County Sheriff Mark Gober says methamphetamine us has become “more prominent” in all areas of the population, regardless of race and income.