Meth, pot, cocaine in drug stop
A Louisville man was arrested with felony amounts of methamphetamine, marijuana, cocaine and hydrocodone following a traffic stop Friday morning, officials said.
Kadeem Thomas, 28, of 128 Hillcrest Street, Louisville, was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana in a vehicle, possession of a controlled substance, four counts of possession with intent to distribute and felon in possession of a concealed weapon.
Thomas remain Monday afternoon in the Neshoba County Detention Center on a $125,000 bond but was denied bond for the weapon charge. Jail records show that his next court date is June 24.
Neshoba County Sheriff Eric Clark said the drugs he is believed to have been attempting to distribute have been identified as methamphetamine, cocaine, marijuana and hydrocodone.
The arrest stemmed from a traffic stop conducted by Sheriff’s deputies.
Clark said deputies encountered a Honda Civic at the intersection of Road 553 and Road 616. Clark said deputies then made a traffic stop that yielded the multiple felony narcotics charges.
The driver was identified as Thomas. In addition to the drugs and weapon, some cash and possible paraphernalia were seized
Clark said that anyone with any information on crime is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 855-485-8477.