Police: Drugs, binder full of credit cards found in suspect's motel room | Crime
Jonesboro police investigating a man wanted by U.S. Marshals say they found drugs and a binder full of credit cards in his motel room.
On Sunday afternoon, officers were dispatched to Motel 6, 2300 S. Caraway, to arrest 31-year-old Palmer Tyson Stubblefield who was wanted on a parole violation by the U.S. Marshals Service.
Officers arrested Stubblefield in the parking lot just as he and another man were preparing to drive away. According to the incident report, when police searched Stubblefield they found a “cellophane wrapper” in his watch pocket containing crystal methamphetamine. They also reported finding five hydrocodone pills in his pocket.
When officers searched Stubblefield’s motel room, they reportedly found five syringes containing a small amount of methamphetamine. They also “found a binder containing several credit cards in various names” as well as credit card checks.
Stubblefield was taken to the Craighead County Detention Center where he was charged with possession of a controlled substance-felony, possession of drug paraphernalia-felony, possession of a controlled substance-misdemeanor and an out of town warrant.
The drugs and credit cards were all collected and placed into evidence.