Traffic stop leads to arrest

A 25-year-old Three Rivers man was arrested on a drug-related offense last week.

Three Rivers officers observed the driver of a vehicle commit a violation at 8:25 p.m. Friday in the 1200 block of West Michigan Avenue.

Officers attempted to take him into custody for misdemeanor license and registration violations. During a routine search of the man, officers said he suddenly became hysterical and uncooperative.

Officers eventually located a large amount of suspected methamphetamine in his possession. He was charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, resisting an officer and violation of bond conditions.

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  1. Trying to figure out why misdemeanor license and registration require a “routine” search. Way too many BS stops in TR IMO. What percentage of original police stops are equipment violations? Not condoning this person’s actions but also know how these type of stops lead to unpleasant outcomes.

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