Tulsa man faces frug charges after casino incident www.privateofficer.com
According to the police report, Steven Douglas Madewell was arrested at about 9 a.m. and booked into the Sallisaw Jail on charges of possession of a controlled, dangerous substance and paraphernalia.
The officer reported the security guard found a prescription bottle without a lid on the casino floor. The bottle held a small plastic bag with a white crystalline substance, which later tested positive as methamphetamines.
The officers identified Madewell by his Players Club card, and found him playing a casino machine.
The officer reported Madewell started sweating and trembling during the interrogation. His eyes appeared dilated, and his appearance was in disarray. The lid to the prescription bottle was found in Madewell’s pocket.
Madewell then agreed to a search of his vehicle, according to the report. In the 1997 green Chevrolet van the officers found two glass smoking devices containing a burnt residue.
A check of Madewell’s criminal history showed more than three possession charges. Madewell also told the officer he had served a prison term for possession of a controlled, dangerous substance
Source: Sequoyah County Times -