29-year-old Rotavious Foster was charged with possession of hydrocodone and crack cocaine for resale, unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of a firearm during a felony, and driving without a driver’s license when he was pulled over on a “traffic violation”, per report.
On August 19th, WCSO Deputy Hackett pulled Rotavious Foster over at Head Court and Bluebird Road for a traffic violation when he smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. During his search, the deputy found a plastic bag in Foster’s pants containing 10 individual smaller plastic bags which each contained white rocks.
Deputy Hackett believed the contents to be crack cocaine based on his experience and training. The total weight of these bags was approximately 8.3 grams. The deputy also found a round white pill bearing factory markings which indicated that it was hydrocodone. There was a loaded Smith & Wesson Model M&P 9 in a bag on the floorboard between Foster and his passenger. The pistol had 8 rounds loaded in the inserted magazine and a round in the chamber. The bag containing the pistol was within easy reach and control of Foster and a computer check showed that he had no driver’s license.
Rotavious Foster was arrested and charged with possession of hydrocodone, possession of crack cocaine for resale, unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of a firearm during a felony, and driving without a driver’s license. His bond was set at $70,000.