Adam J. Warner, 30, of 117 W. Williams Ave., was lodged Tuesday in the Logan County Jail on charges of possession a counterfeit controlled substance, permitting drug abuse and possession of drug paraphernalia and on a warrant for failure to appear.
An officer of the Bellefontaine Police Department on patrol spotted Warner outside his residence and acted to serve the warrant.
As he took the suspect into custody, the officer searched Warner and found a rock of suspected crack cocaine in the band of his ball cap. Warner said it was drywall plaster and he intended to sell it.
He also acknowledged that he allows people to use his residence to abuse drugs and that there was paraphernalia throughout. A legal search of the residence found multiple pipes, burnt spoons, a crack pipe and hypodermic needle.
Man transported after crash
Kelly R. Fannin, 50, of Bellefontaine, was transported to Mary Rutan Hospital by a Bellefontaine squad after a 2:30 p.m Wednesday crash at the intersection of south Main Street and Maple Avenue.
Fannin was eastbound on Maple when he crossed Main Street and struck the front porch of 653 S. Main St. Damage was light to his pickup and he was cited for failure to control.
• Junior Jones, 84, of Bellefontaine, was cited for failure to control after a 1:55 p.m. Monday crash in which he was eastbound on Timbertrail Drive and failed to stop at the stop sign at Sloan Boulevard. He traveled across the road and into a ditch, causing heavy damage to his car.
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