Jeffery Wilson

Name:
Wilson, Jeffery Edmund

Date of Booking:
08/06/2022

Reason(s) For Booking:
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED

POSSESSION OF A SCHEDULE II CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

POSSESSION OF A SCHEDULE II CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

POSSESSION OF A SCHEDULE II CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

POSSESSION AND USE OF DRUG RELATED OBJECTS

DRUGS NOT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER – MISDEMEANOR

Officer’s Narrative:
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On 8/6/2022 while on uniformed patrol in a marked unit, I, Officer Rourke, was traveling behind Officer Chandler Smith who observed a blue Honda Civic backed up in front of a closed car wash. Immediately after the Civic was seen backed into the car wash it left and headed north on Old Jesup Highway. Officer Smith then witnessed the occupants of the vehicle, both passenger and driver, without safety belts on.

Officer Smith activated his lights indicating for the driver of the vehicle, later identified as Jeffrey Wilson, to pull over. Mr. Wilson immediately complied and pulled the vehicle into 2002 Commercial Drive South in the rear of the gas station parking lot.

I exited my vehicle and approached the driver’s side. I identified myself and explained the reason for the stop to Mr. Wilson. I asked Mr. Wilson for his driver’s license and he told me he did not have one on his person. I asked Mr. Wilson if he had a valid driver’s license at all and he told me that he was suspended.

I did an inquiry through GCIC/NCIC with Mr. Wilson’s information and found that he was suspended for failure to appear.

While I was speaking with Mr. Wilson, Officer Smith was speaking with the passenger, Benley Harris. Officer Smith observed Miss Harris trying to hide something under her right leg. Officer Smith asked what she was hiding under her leg and she briefly opened a Craftsman tool pouch. Officer Smith and I both observed syringes with orange caps on them in the pouch. Officer Smith told Miss Harris to hand him the bag at this point, opened it and found a clear bag of a crystal substance inside (this substance tested positive for methamphetamine with a field test kit).

Due to finding the methamphetamine and syringes in the vehicle, I ordered Mr. Wilson out of the vehicle. I asked Mr. Wilson if he had anything dangerous on him and he told me he had a knife. I patted Mr. Wilson down until I felt what I recognized as being a folded knife in his pocket. While removing the knife from his pocket I observed a pill bottle in the same pocket and removed it as well. I looked up the pills on pill identifier by shape color and imprint and found that 11 of the pills were [REDACTED BY AGENCY] and 3 were [REDACTED BY AGENCY].

Prior to placing Mr. Wilson in handcuffs I asked him and Miss Harris who the methamphetamine belonged to and Mr. Wilson immediately told me it belonged to him.

I placed Mr. Wilson under arrest, searched him, placed him in the back of my patrol vehicle and transported him to CDC.

Mr. Wilson requested that we release the vehicle to Miss Harris, who had a valid license along with all of the property he had on his person.

I logged all evidence into the property room at Glynn County Police Department.

[End Of Narrative]