K9 alerted police to a fruit snack box containing 85.4 grams of meth during traffic stop

56-year-old Aubrey Kilgore and 37-year-old Warren Glasby were charged with possession of drugs after a K9 performed an open-air search when they were being pulled over for pulling a trailer with no lights.

On July 30th, Officer Clark reported he was paroling the area of West Adams and South Maple in Lebanon when he noticed a vehicle with a brake light out pulling a trailer with no lights at all. The officer stopped the vehicle and found driver Warren Glasby and passenger Aubrey Kilgore. Both men were asked to exit the vehicle and did not consent to the vehicle being searched. The K9 was utilized for an open-air search of the vehicle and gave a positive alert.

Officer Clark searched the vehicle and found a blue fruit snack box that contained a plastic bag with roughly 85.4 grams of methamphetamine, which Glasby claimed was his. A cut straw and small plastic container containing the same white, powdery residue was also found in the glove compartment. The officer searched Kilgore and found a pill container which contained one and a half Alprazolam pills, and one half of a Viagra, which is a legend drug.

Aubrey Kilgore was arrested and charged with simple drug possession, possession of a legend drug, and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was later released on his own recognizance.

Warren Glasby was arrested and charged with possession of meth and driving while in possession of meth. He is currently jailed in lieu of a $30,000 bond.

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