Man’s speeding leads to deputies finding a plethora of illicit drugs in his trunk

29-year-old Geordon Walker was charged with possession of marijuana, Xanax, and bupropion when he was pulled over for speeding and 4 ounces of marijuana, 256 Xanax pills, 1.6 oz. of gray powder, and 100 unidentified multicolored pills were found in his vehicle.

On August 8th, Deputy Jason Denson pulled over a vehicle on Murfreesboro Road in Lebanon for exceeding the posted speed limit. The vehicle belonging to Geordon Walker smelled of marijuana along with Walker himself. Deputy Denson observed Walker to be nervous and unusually fidgety. The deputy decided a search needed to be conducted. Denson found marijuana shake on an unidentified passenger’s shorts, in the passenger seat, and underneath the driver’s seat.

Geordon Walker (WCSO)
Geordon Walker (WCSO)

Denson also found a bottle of blunt cover in the backseat and other places in the vehicle. When Deputy Denson began to search the trunk he found a black trash bag containing 4 ounces of compressed marijuana wrapped in black electrical tape, 40 loose cigarettes, 1.6 ounces of a gray powder with blue speckles, and a baggy with 89 Xanax in it. He also found a clear baggy containing 167 more Xanax pills. In another bag, Deputy Denson found 2 rolls of bupropion and 100 unidentified multicolored pills with hearts on one side and a shield on the other side.

Geordon Walker was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana with intent, possession of Xanax with intent, and possession of bupropion with intent. His bond was set at $6,000.

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