Rome police arrested two individuals Justin Treyll Silmon, 31 of Rome, and Christian Lamont Tanner, 30 of Summerville, was arrested this week after a traffic stop at the intersection of Shorter Avenue and Division Street led officers to find an assortment of drugs.
Reports said that Tanner was stopped for displaying a license plate on the wrong vehicle.
While speaking to Tanner, officers said he became loud and boisterous while using cuss words and refusing to stand still
Police added that a search was then conducted after they detected a marijuana odor coming from the car.
Officers went on to say that they located two THC vape cartridges from the driver’s door, a glass pipe containing methamphetamine from the rear pocket of the drivers seat, another THC vape pen from a bag in front of the passenger’s seat, and methamphetamine along with marijuana on Silmon.
Silmon is also accused of refusing to identify himself during the course of the investigation.
Silmon is charged with possession of meth, possession of a schedule I controlled substance, possession/distribution of marijuana, obstruction, possession of drug related objects, parole violation and failure to appear.
Authorities added that Silmon was also wanted for prior offense in November. Reports said that he fled officers on foot in an attempt to escape capture due to an open warrant.
Tanner is charged with possession of meth, possession of a schedule I controlled substance, disorderly conduct, possession of drug related objects and concealing the identity of a vehicle.