Adams County Traffic Stop Results in Two Meth Arrests
A traffic stop Sunday by Adams County deputies results in two meth related arrests.
Deputies responded to a report of a vehicle traveling southbound in the northbound lane at Interstate 172 just south of Highway 24.
Deputies discovered the driver did not have a valid driver’s license or insurance.
A search of the vehicle revealed over 400 grams of what was believed to be methamphetamine.
The driver, 24 year old Emir Jasso-Diaz, and a second man, 29 year old James Courson, were arrested and charged with manufacture and delivery of meth.
The two are in the Adams County Jail.