50-year-old Christopher Parker was charged with possession of meth, criminal impersonation, and violating his probation when he was stopped for not wearing a seatbelt and was observed trying to hide something by his movements, per report.
On August 22nd, LPD Officer Richard Clark observed a male passenger not wearing a seat belt in the area of 123 West Main Street. Prior to the traffic stop, the officer noticed by the movements of the passenger that he appeared to be concealing something. When questioning Christopher Parker, he gave Officer Clark the name Gregory Parker and a false social security number. After a computer check was unable to find a subject by that name officer Clark asked the owner of the vehicle if he could search the vehicle.
During the search, a plastic bag with a white crystal-like substance believed to be methamphetamine was found. During further searching, a wallet with a photo I.D. of Cristopher Parker was located. Cristopher admitted that he lied about his identity because of outstanding warrants but admitted the bag of meth belonged to him.
Christopher Parker was arrested and charged with possession of meth, criminal impersonation, and violating his probation. He was later released on his own recognizance.