33-year-old Andrew Dossey was charged with DUI, possession of meth with intent, heroin, suboxone, Klonopin, and drug paraphernalia after he crashed his vehicle, fled the scene, and then admitted to using prior to the incident.
On August 6th, Officer Affourtit responded to a crash near mile marker 236 of Interstate 40 which a witness said the driver continued to drive. He converged with the vehicle at Thortons at 243 Highway 109 North and detected significant damage to the passenger side of the vehicle. The driver, Andrew Dossey was asked to exit the vehicle and the officer noted he appeared to have slow movements, pinpoint pupils, and was uneasy on his feet. Dossey confessed to taking prescribed Suboxone before their contact. He also admitted that he uses marijuana and heroin.
Dossey was placed into custody and then his person was searched. A plastic baggie with suspected heroin and a folded lottery ticket containing two white rocks suspected to be methamphetamine were found in his wallet. The officer also found a cigarette cellophane which contained roughly twenty-five pills identified as Klonopin in Dossey’s front pocket. Another search was conducted by Correctional Deputy Cato after Dossey was transported to Wilson County Jail and a glass pipe was also found.
Andrew Dossey was charged with DUI, possession of meth with intent, heroin, suboxone, Klonopin, and drug paraphernalia. He is currently jailed in lieu of an $8,500 bond.