Conway man arrested on multiple charges

Published 10:00 am Thursday, October 6, 2016

CONWAY – A local man with outstanding warrants found himself in more trouble here on Thursday of last week.

Conway Police Chief Billy Wayne Duke reported the arrest of Adam Miller of 464 Buck Boone Road, Conway, after Conway PD Officer Jimmy Bracy spotted him inside a vehicle parked at a Conway business.

“Officer Bracy was on routine patrol at around 2 p.m. on Sept. 29 when he saw Mr. Miller,” Duke said. “Officer Bracy was aware that Mr. Miller had outstanding warrants for trespass and making harassing telephone calls.”

Duke said as Bracy was approaching the vehicle in which Miller was seated to place him in custody for the outstanding warrants, the officer noted the odor of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle.

“A subsequent search of the vehicle revealed a smoking pipe, and a cigarette box which was found to contain two crack cocaine rocks,” Duke stated.

That led Bracy to charge Miller with possession of cocaine, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Miller was transported to the Magistrate’s office and placed in the Northampton County Detention Facility in Jackson under a $2,800 bond.

“ I commend Officer Bracy for his diligence to remove illegal drugs from the area,” stated Duke.