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Perryville man arrested for Simultaneous Possession of Drugs and Firearms

On September 12, 2020, Chief Deputy Bill Finley reports that while on routine patrol Deputy Kevin Moore stopped a vehicle for a headlight out. A Passenger in the vehicle, Travis McGrew was extremely nervous, sweating, and was attempting to hide something. All occupants were removed from the vehicle and a K-9 search was done with the K-9 alerting on all four doors of the vehicle. A search was done of the vehicle; a backpack within access of McGrew contained numerous baggies of white crystal substance (13 grams total); digital scales; a glass methamphetamine pipe; rolling papers; a metal marijuana pipe with residue; two bags of marijuana, one containing 1.6 grams and the other containing 12.7 grams; several plastic straws; $98 cash. Next to the bag was a loaded .45 caliber Springfield Armory handgun. Deputies ran the handgun through ACIC, which came back stolen out of Perry County.  34-year-old Travis McGrew admitted to Deputies that the drugs and handgun was his, he was arrested and charged with Simultaneous Possession Drugs/Firearms, a class Y Felony; Theft by Receiving (stolen firearm), a class D Felony; Possession of Controlled Substance (Marijuana),a class A Misdemeanor; Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a class D Felony; Intent to Deliver, a class Y Felony; Possession of Instrument of Crime, a class A Misdemeanor. The other two occupants were released.

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