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CPD: Traffic stop leads to meth arrest

By Officer Adam Cravens, PIO
Columbia Police Department

On Saturday night, December 11, 2021, Columbia Police Department officers initiated a traffic stop on Jamestown Street shortly after 11pmCT. After making contact with vehicle operator and passenger, a search was conducted of the vehicle.

During the search, officers located suspected methamphetamine and took both parties into custody.


Glenn Richard, 40, of Columbia has been charged with possession of a controlled substance methamphetamine as well as a traffic violation. Additionally Jessie Streeval, 32, also of Columbia, was charged with possession of a controlled substance methamphetamine.

Officer Trevor Foster was the arresting officer. He was assisted on scene by Officer Justin Cross.


This story was posted on 2021-12-12 09:54:29
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