27-year-old Dustin Ols was charged with possession of methamphetamine and suboxone and tampering with evidence after an officer caught him speeding 90 in a 70. Ols was on bond out of Davidson County for a domestic assault in June.
On July 17th, a Lebanon Police officer paced a vehicle on Interstate 40 near mile marker 229, the vehicle was speeding at around 90 miles per hour in an area where the limit is 70. According to affidavits, the driver Dustin Ols was slow to pull over once the officer activated his lights. It was quickly discovered that Ols had a warrant out of Davidson County and he was on bond for domestic assault.
While being warned about introducing contraband into a penal facility, Ols admitted to possessing suboxone in his wallet, 3 strips were found. Officers also found a broken bag of what they believed to be methamphetamine in the back of the official vehicle he had been transported in.
Dustin Ols was arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine, simple possession of suboxone, and tampering with evidence. His bond was set at $7,500.