Jeremy Earp, 22, 1817 Merrywood Drive, was arrested after police stopped his vehicle on North Roan Street just before 3 a.m.
Police said in a news release Earp had been going 62 miles per hour in a 30 MPH zone and had run a red light before the stop. Police said they smelled marijuana, and Earp admitted to having marijuana and a firearm in the vehicle.
Searching the vehicle, police found a pistol with a loaded magazine and a backpack, which contained:
— 82 grams of illegal mushrooms in six bags
— 26 grams of a green leafy substance consistent with marijuana in two bags
— a small baggie filled with five solid Xanax "totem poles" and five one-half "totem poles" and one Alprazolam pill
— paraphernalia including six pipes with residue and burn marks consistent with illegal drug use, 33 small empty baggies, a digital scale, two metal scientific weights, one metal grinder with marijuana residue, two cut straws, and three packages of hemp rolling papers.
Police also said they found a glass vial with a white crystalline residue consistent with methamphetamine, another glass vial with a white powder residue and a green square of a pressed substance in a blue bag.
Earp was charged with three counts of manufacturing/delivery/sale of controlled substance schedules I, IV and VI; possessing a firearm during commission/attempt to commit dangerous felony; unlawful drug paraphernalia possession; reckless driving, and financial responsibility violation.
He was jailed in the Washington County Detention Center under $40,500 bond with a Sessions Court appearance set for Wednesday.