A failure to click-it caused some big problems for a motorist near Chandler on the 4th of July holiday.
Christopher Marley Cumby, 24, charged with possession of marijuana, and booked into the Henderson County Jail. He was released Thursday, after posting $3,500 bond. The offense is a Class B misdemeanor, and upon conviction, could result in a jail sentence and a fine.
HCSO reports indicate the arrest occurred at about 7:25 p.m., when Cumby was driving on Farm-to-Market Road 317, south of Chandler. Dep. Brad Beddingfield saw that the driver was not wearing his seat belt, and ordered him to stop.
Beddingfield approached the vehicle, and got Cumby’s identification. Reports indicate the deputy found Cumby to be in possession of a clear, plastic baggie that contained a green, leafy substance believed to be marijuana.
HCSO reports indicate the weight of the subsistence was less than two ounces.
Beddingfield arrested Cumby at the scene, and transported him to the Henderson County Justice Center. The marijuana was seized for evidence.