LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – A traffic stop in Lafayette ended with drug-related charges for the man behind the wheel.
In December of 2013, prosecutors said Jeremy Little, 37, of Lafayette was stopped on Adams Street after making several turns without using signals or headlights.
According to court documents, police smelled marijuana or the synthetic drug “spice” after approaching the car. Prosecutors said Little admitted to police that he had smoked a “joint.”
Police then obtained a search warrant for the vehicle and found amphetamines and more than 160 grams of “spice.”
Prosecutors said police also found that Little’s license had been revoked in 2000.
Little is now facing charges including dealing and possession of a synthetic drug, possession of a schedule II controlled substance and operating a vehicle after driving privileges were forfeited for life.