Lebanon man admits to having marijuana in his car, but police only find heroin

27-year-old Cody Dunnam was charged with possession of heroin for resale and unlawful drug paraphernalia after he was pulled over for talking on his cell phone while driving, where he then admitted to being in possession of marijuana but officers instead found heroin.

On May 1st, Officer Bryan pulled Cody Dunnam over at Dahlia Drive near East Forrest Avenue when he saw the defendant speaking on a cell phone while driving. Upon contact and while still talking on the phone, Dunnam told police that he consented to a search but warned Officer Bryan there was marijuana in the car.

Cody Dunnam (WCSO)
Cody Dunnam (WCSO)

During the search of the car, officers found heroin in a duffle bag, in the glove compartment, and more prepared for injection in a bottle cap on the dashboard. Dunnam confirmed to the officer that it was in fact heroin. The amount of heroin found is enough to charge Dunnam with the intent to sell or deliver. Officer Bryan also found plastic baggies and rolling papers that Dunnam admitted he used to smoke marijuana.

Cody Dunnam was arrested and charged with possession of heroin for resale and unlawful drug paraphernalia. He is currently jailed in lieu of a $3,500 bond.

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