30-year-old Joshua Turner was charged with possession of meth, Suboxone, LSD, and paraphernalia when police found the drugs inside a flashlight and outside the stolen vehicle during a traffic stop.
On August 3rd, Mt. Juliet Police conducted a traffic stop on a stolen vehicle matching the description given from their system. The defendant, Joshua Turner, was found in the back seat of the vehicle.
On Turner’s person, the officer found a flashlight that contained two and a half pills of Suboxone and a square of LSD wrapped in tin foil. Outside of the vehicle, a plastic clear container held methamphetamine inside, which Turner admitted was his. While he was in booking, the officer found a straw with white residue on the end of it in his pocket.
Joshua Turner was arrested and charged with possession of meth, Suboxone, LSD, and paraphernalia. His bond was set at $6,000.