A Seymour man faces a felony drug charge after a traffic stop conducted by a Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper on Feb. 19 in Houston.
Charles K. Terrill, 66, of the 200 block of N. Davis St. in Seymour, is charged with felony possession of a controlled substance and misdemeanors of resisting arrest, speeding and no insurance.
A trooper reported that at about 4:30 p.m., a red Chevrolet Silverado was seen traveling at 84 miles per hour on U.S. 63 near Millstone Road. After getting behind the truck with lights and siren activated, the officer observed that it appeared to accelerate and used the center turn lane to pass multiple vehicles before turning onto Cleveland Road.
The trooper reported that the truck eventually stopped, and the driver, Terrill, admitted to trying to trying to avoid being pulled over. Believing there could be a reason for Terrill’s behavior, the officer asked for permission to search the vehicle. Terrill initially said, “no,” but changed his mind when the trooper asked for assistance from the Houston Police Department’s K-9 unit.
During a subsequent search, methamphetamine and smoking devices with residue were found, according to a report.
Terrill was taken to the Texas County Jail. Bond is set at $350,000.
A 66 year old meth head? That’s so hard to wrap my mind around.
66,55,44,33 years old hard to wrap your head around it period ,this place is an area full of dope addicts more then one would care to know.
This place? THIS PLACE ??
It’s no worse than 1000 other places! I hate drugs as much as anyone but your comment is like saying, Arkansas Is Full of inbreeders!
That bond is really excessive, Murderers do not get that high of a bond nor child sexual predators!
So true I know a sex offender in jail right now who rape a boy his is not that high.
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