Traffic stop leads to Heroin & Suboxone arrest

MT. JULIET, TN – Mt. Juliet Police recovered 7.4 grams of heroin, and 2 Suboxone pills, during a traffic stop, resulting in the arrest of William Turney Glover.

Mt Juliet Police Officer Sam Elliott noticed a vehicle traveling on Lebanon Road in Mt. Juliet with a light law violation. He conducted a traffic stop, and identified the driver as 35-year-old William Turney Glover. Officer Elliott asked for permission to search the vehicle, a request which Glover denied. Officer Barth was also at the traffic stop, and chose to deploy his K-9 to the vehicle, and received a positive alert for narcotics, according to Officer Barth.

William Glover (WCSO)

Based on the positive alert, a probable cause search of the vehicle was conducted, and two Suboxone pills were located in the center console, along with a digital scale with heroin residue in the passenger seat. A search of William Glover resulted in 7.4 grams of heroin located in the leg of his pants. Glover, of River Road, in Mt. Juliet, TN, was charged with possession of a SCH I drug (Heroin) for resale, possession of a SCH III drug (Suboxone), and drug paraphernalia charges. Glover was booked into the Wilson County Jail, and posted a $5,000 bond via Justice Bonding. He is scheduled to appear in court in August.

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