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Person With Search Waiver Allegedly Fails To Use Blinker..Alleged Dope Bust; Felony Arrest – HOT SPRINGS

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Hot Springs Police Officer Davis was on patrol in the area of Charteroak Street/West Maurice Street when he allegedly found a white Toyota car that failed to use it’s blinker when it should have.

Off. Davis made contact with the driver, Jonathon Lee Brown, 38, of Melwood Street in Hot Springs.  A police computer check of Mr. Brown allegedly showed that he “has a search waiver on file”.  (The only way I know someone to have a search waiver on file is when someone is on parole or probation.  However, the report does not specify this, his booking info doesn’t mention anything about parole/probation and I can’t even locate this suspect’s criminal history in the court reference that I have access to.  I have no info about why he allegedly has a search waiver on file).

Jonathon Lee Brown, 38, of Melwood Street in Hot Springs – allegedly did not use blinker with meth in the car.

Off. Davis searched the vehicle and allegedly located a digital scale, 2 glass meth pipes with burn marks and residue and a baggie containing 1 gram of meth.

Mr. Brown was arrested and transported to the Garland County Detention Center for processing.

He is charged with Felony Possession Of Meth, Felony Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia x2 and issued a traffic citation with a bond amount totaling $10,000.