35-year-old Eric Denson was charged with possession of methamphetamine and tampering with evidence after he returned to Bank Shot to find the meth he had thrown out the window during a traffic stop.
On September 5th, Wilson County Sheriff Deputy Jordan performed a traffic stop at Bank Shot located at 1960 Murfreesboro Road and issued a citation for drug paraphernalia. During the traffic stop, the driver was identified as Eric Denson, and the passenger was John Roberts. After the stop, an anonymous caller reached out to dispatch and advised that the vehicle from the traffic stop had returned and two men were searching the parking lot for something.
Once the men vacated the premises the caller went out to the parking lot and found a bag of white powder. Deputy Jordan returned to the scene, spoke to the anonymous caller, and picked up the bag believed to be containing methamphetamine. The officer reviewed his dashcam footage and noticed that while the vehicle was in the process of stopping a small baggy was thrown out of the passenger side window.
Eric Denson was charged with possession of methamphetamine and tampering with evidence. He is jailed in lieu of a $5,000 bond.