Lebanon man found laying in the road from presumed meth

41-year-old Jason Waller was charged with possession of meth and public intoxication after being found laying in the middle of Chicken Road in Lebanon. Waller was reportedly uncertain of his own whereabouts and was hallucinating during his interaction with police.

On July 4th, Deputy Jordan was dispatched to 3591 Chicken Rd in regard to reports of a man laying in the road. Upon arrival, Jordan made contact with the man, who was later identified as Jason Waller. Law enforcement confirmed that Waller was laying in the middle of the road and that the man was claiming to have seen things that were not there.

Jason Waller (WCSO)
Jason Waller (WCSO)

Jordan observed the pupils of Waller to be two separate sizes, per report. Waller informed officers that he was unaware of where he was or how he got there. A search was then conducted on Waller’s person. The search revealed three folded up bills, containing a tan-colored, rock-like substance described to be methamphetamine.

Jason Waller was arrested and charged with public intoxication and possession of methamphetamine. His bond was set at $1,000.

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