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Felony drug arrests logged

Deputies of the Logan County Sheriff’s Office arrested two area men on felony drug charges in two separate incidents over the weekend.

Boggs William

BOGGS

In the first incident, William C. Boggs Jr., 44, of 8591 County Road 44, North Lewisburg, was charged with felony possession of drugs Friday evening after a suspicious vehicle complaint.

Deputies responded to 9466 Township Road 160, North Lewisburg, about 10:35 p.m. after a resident at that address reported that a white car was parked in the driveway with its headlights on.

Mr. Boggs was found asleep in the driver’s seat, and the vehicle’s engine was running.

He was asked to exit the vehicle, and deputies performed field sobriety tests. The defendant’s eyes reportedly were dilated and he admitted to taking several Xanax that day. He told deputies that he wasn’t sure where he was or where he had been going in the vehicle.

During a search of Mr. Boggs’ vehicle, a baggy containing 21 Xanax pills was located. Deputies also noted that the vehicle had sustained dents on the driver’s side that also contained flecks of green paint.

The defendant was transported to the Logan County Jail. Further charges are pending the results of drug tests.

• Benjamin Miller, 25, of Medway, was charged with felony possession of a schedule III drug, operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs and received a marked lanes violation Saturday evening.

Miller Ben

MILLER

Deputies received a report of a reckless driver in the area of State Route 117 and County Road 38 about 7 p.m. The caller said a pickup was running other vehicles off the road.

The pickup was located in the area of S.R. 117 and County Road 96. Deputies observed the vehicle drive off the right side of the road into the gravel and also cross the center line, and causing several vehicles to go off the road.

A traffic stop was initiated near the entrance to the village of Huntsville.

The defendant admitted to drinking several beers that evening. Field sobriety tests were performed, and during a search of his person, a baggy containing several suspected Klonopin pills were found.

He was transported to the Logan County Jail, where he tested a 0.142 blood alcohol content level.

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