KOSCIUSKO — A North Manchester man has been arrested after a traffic stop in Warsaw led to the discovery of drugs and evidence of dealing.
Larry Michael Robison, 43, 11 Long Lane, North Manchester, is being charged with dealing methamphetamine, a level 2 felony; possession of methamphetamine, a level 3 felony; and possession of paraphernalia, a class C misdemeanor.
On March 8, an officer with the Warsaw Police Department observed a black Oldsmobile Intrigue with a registration plate belonging to a Pontiac. The driver of the vehicle also failed to use a proper turn signal. The officer conducted a traffic stop on Country Club Road.
The driver was identified as Robison and a female passenger was also in the vehicle. Robison had an active arrest warrant from Wabash County and was taken into custody.
The officer towed the vehicle and conducted an inventory search. Inside the vehicle the officer discovered a cut pen and a straw with white residue, two plastic baggies with a crystal-like substance and multiple empty baggies used to package illegal drugs. The crystal-like substance weighed 59.7 grams, was field tested and tested positive for methamphetamine.
Robison is scheduled to appear for an initial hearing on March 29.