Toni Kasler 31, of Glouster, was arrested on charges including identity theft and drug possession following a traffic stop executed Wednesday evening.
Officers of the Washington Township Police Department initiated a traffic stop of a vehicle about 10:08 p.m. in the area of U.S. Route 33 and Township Road 94 with a broken windshield and loud exhaust.
Upon making contract with the driver, she originally identified herself as Tiffany Troutman. A consent search of the vehicle revealed several credit cards with the name of another female along with a Social Security card also not in Troutman’s name.
Officers discovered Officers believed the female was giving false information about her identity, and she had a state wide warrant out for her arrest for identity fraud.
Officers recovered a blue pill bottle in the vehicle containing a glass methamphetamine pipe and a white crystal substance believed to be methamphetamine inside the pill bottle. Officers also discovered several small plastic baggies commonly used to transport of narcotics for distribution.
Kasler was transported to the Logan County Jail where she was charged with felony possession of drugs, driving without a license, and identity theft/fraud.
Washington Township Police: Intoxicated man charged for disturbance
Officers of the Washington Township Police Department report a man lodged Wednesday on a count of criminal trespass after causing a disturbance at a residence.
Wesley Bickle, 58, of Bellefontaine was reportedly banging on windows and causing a disturbance at 8030 Hanford Street around 2 p.m. Wednesday even after the resident told Bickle to not come onto the property. When Washington Township police arrived, the suspect had left and was heavily intoxicated.
Logan County Sheriff’s deputies located Bickle in Bellefontaine, and he was charged with criminal trespass and lodged in Logan County Jail.