Man faces drug charge after chase through Texarkana
BOWIE COUNTY, Texas (KSLA) - A 43-year-old Texarkana, Ark., man faces charges after allegedly leading law enforcement in Texarkana on a chase.
The Bowie County, Texas, Sheriff’s Office says on Sunday, March 19, deputies got information that the suspect, identified as Jeremy David Moss, was in possession of a large amount of methamphetamine. Deputies were able to locate Moss’ vehicle near College Drive and Richmond Road. With the help of the Texarkana Texas Police Department, deputies were able to pull Moss over.
As officials approached, Moss reportedly put his truck in reverse and drove away. Officers chased Moss west on I-30, where a police officer from Nash managed to deploy a spike strip near the I-30 and I-369 interchange. Officials were then able to take custody of Moss on North Bishop Lane near New Boston Road.
Officers report finding the following items in Moss’ truck:
- 48.5 g of meth
- 3 g of MDMA
- 0.8 g of Xanax
- 0.17 oz of marijuana
Moss was booked into the Bi-State Jail on the following charges:
- Possession of a controlled dangerous substance over 4 g and under 200 g (meth)
- Evading arrest or detention in a vehicle
His bonds on the two charges total $47,500, booking records show.
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