The Henderson County Sheriff’s Office executed a first degree felony drug arrest during a traffic stop in Eustace on Thursday.

Jeremy Ray Vance, 33, was booked into the Henderson County Jail for manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, (4 grams to 200 grams). He was also charged with driving with an invalid license with a previous conviction. Vance posted total bond of $13,000 on Friday and was released.

HCSO reports said Captain Bryan Tower and Investigator Kay Langford stopped Vance on Thursday night for a traffic violation.

He was placed under arrest for a suspended license. Officers then searched the vehicle and found a substantial amount of methamphetamine, marijuana and a substance thought to be LSD.

The search also revealed paraphernalia of the type often associated with the distribution of narcotics.

HCSO also made a felony drug arrest late Thursday on W. College Street in Athens.

Tommy Joe Walker, 24, was booked into the Henderson County Jail, where he remained on Friday. Bond was set at $7,000 on the third-degree felony charge of possession of 1 gram to 4 grams of a controlled substance and an Athens traffic warrant.

According to HCSO reports, Deputy Brian Huckabee was traveling on W. College Street when he saw a man walking in the 200 block of the street.

Huckabee thought it was suspicious to see the man walking late at night in the area and made contact with the man, identified as Tommy Joe Walker.

Huckabee discovered that Walker had an outstanding warrant issued by the Athens Police Department.

The deputy placed Walker under arrest and searched his person.

The search revealed a quantity of methamphetamine. Walker was transported to the Henderson County Jail and booked on the charges.

  HCSO also logged an arrest in the Seven Points area for possession of less than 1 gram of methamphetamine.

Kari Michelle Haywood, 45, was booked on the charge as well as giving fictitious information. She remained in jail on Friday, with total bond set at $10,000.

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