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Man says meth ‘trash’ might have fallen from his car

CRESTVIEW A man claimed some “trash” might have fallen out of his car when he was pulled over by an Okaloosa County Sheriff’s deputy. But when the trash turned out to be methamphetamines, an Okaloosa County Sheriff’s deputy became suspicious.

The man driving, 33 year old Travis Aaron L’Homme of Crestview said he knew his registration was expired due to him not having a valid driver license to get it renewed Oakley Outlet . He was arrested for driving with a suspended license.

When deputies searched the area they found two small containers that contained methamphetamines.

L’Homme said “trash” might have left his vehicle but he denied throwing anything out. But deputies found in his car a digital scale, two hypodermic needles, alcohol wipes and a red straw, many with a white powdery substance on them. Also in the center console were small, clear jewelers bags.

CRESTVIEW A man claimed some “trash” might have fallen out of his Oakley Outlet car when he was pulled over by an Okaloo Oakley Outlet sa County Sheriff’s deputy. But when the trash turned out to be methamphetamines, an Okaloosa County Sheri Oakley Outlet ff’s deputy became suspicious.

The man driving, 33 year old Travis Aaron L’Homme of Crestview said he knew his registration was expired due to him not having a valid driver license to get it renewed. He was arrested for driving with a suspended license.

When deputies searched the area they found two small containers that contained methamphetamines.

L’Homme said “trash” might have left his vehicle but he denied throwing anything out. But deputies found in his car a digital scale, two hypodermic needles, alcohol wipes and a red straw, many with a white powdery substance on them. Also in the center console were small, clear jewelers bags.