Blackwell P.D. bust Waynoka tourists with meth, pipes, syringes, and more
The Blackwell police arrested two Waynoka residents on January 11 after a traffic stop found multiple drug paraphernalia and drugs in the car. Meagan Mason, 29, and Colby Vaughn Ross,39, were arrested and charged because of the search of the car.
Mason was booked and charged with possession of controlled dangerous substances with intent to deliver. Her bond is $1,500 and she is due in court Jan. 22 for a probable cause hearing. Ross was charged with false personation to create liability, possession of controlled dangerous substances with intent to deliver, and driving with license revoked. Ross’s bond is $10,000 with a court hearing on Jan.22.
According to the police affidavit, the traffic stop was initiated at Doolin and 4th Street at around 11 p.m. A call for assistance from the canine unit was requested and the dog detected drugs on the driver’s side door. The police then searched the car, and it is alleged recovered some marijuana, white burnt residue that appeared to be methamphetamine, smoking pipes, containers with marijuana, syringes, digital scales, baggies with white residue in them, and various storage containers with residue in them.
A license belonging to Brandon Ross was found in the car, which was the original name Ross gave to police. A hunting license belong to Colby ross was found in a backpack.
Ross has prior convictions in Illinois for possession of methamphetamine and for delivering a controlled substance.
Mason and Ross are currently in the Kay County Detention Center and neither had posted bond as of Tuesday.
Please support the Blackwell Journal-Tribune by subscribing today!