33-year-old Hurbert Bell was arrested for various drug charges after a traffic stop this week. On Feb 28th, Officer Tudor initiated a traffic stop on Concord Dr. for a black Mercedes S550 that ran a stop sign at Charlemagne Blvd and Ft Campbell Blvd. When Bell was approached, he advised the officer that he didn’t have a driver’s license because it was suspended. When the officer asked if there were any illegal drugs in the vehicle, he said he had marijuana in the car. Bell consented to a vehicle search. The officer found five airtight zip-locked plastic pouches that said premium cannabis flower weighing 3.5 grams each, a pack of swisher sweets cigarillos, cigar wraps, and a rolling tray. When searching Mr. Bell’s person, a white pill identified as 10mg Oxycodone was found.
23-year-old Jalan G’Mani Gibson crashed into a guardrail on October 5th and was only able to give his name and birthdate before being transported via ambulance to the hospital. Officers finished investigating the crash and went to the hospital to issue him citations for improper plates, no insurance, driving on revoked, and failure to yield. Gibson fled the hospital shortly after arrival without being fully evaluated. Officers searched for him to make sure he didn’t require further treatment but were unable to locate him. He was eventually booked on October 19th for the charges.