Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-11-26 05:12:59 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WKRN) —A man was arrested for possession of fentanyl, heroin, marijuana, and stimulants after traffic stopped along Interstate Highway 65 on Thursday morning.
Metro police reported that police stopped to check for vehicles parked with hazard lights on the grass along the southbound lane near the Armory Drive exit.
According to the arrest warrant, police officers found a man sleeping in the driver’s seat with a blanket on his head. The man then told police that his brother was driving but left him.
According to the Metro Police, he also told police officers that he did not have identification, registration, or insurance proof, and refused to have them search for the vehicle.
Police officers determined that 38-year-old Luis Torres Diaz had an unresolved warrant for the theft of personal information in Williamson County and was detained by police.
Investigators said during the search for the vehicle, a black cosmetic bag was on the floor of the vehicle, slightly open, and a lump of cash was visible. According to Metro Police, police officers found 135.8 grams of fentanyl, 124.2 grams of black tar heroin, 393.8 grams of stimulant crystals, and 116.7 grams of unknown substance in nine individually wrapped packages in the bag.
Metro police have determined that the bag contains $ 2,865 in cash.
Torres Diaz was booked in Metro Prison and charged with possession of a controlled drug for sale. His deposit was set at $ 161,000.
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