Police: Stop Sign Violation Leads to a Narcotics Arrest

A stop sign violation at the intersection of Moose Hill and Cross Hill roads Dec. 5 led to the narcotics arrest of a Monroe man, according to police.

Kyle M. Kollmann, 31, of Colonial Drive was charged with five counts of possession of narcotics, failure to keep a prescription drug in its original container and possession of less-than-four-ounces of marijuana. He was also issued a written warning for failure to obey a stop sign. He was released on $1,000 bond for a Dec. 13 court date.

At 9:44 p.m. on Dec. 5, an officer on patrol observed a 1995 Chevrolet S10 pickup, heading north, go through the stop sign at the intersection of Moose Hill and Cross Hill roads without even slowing down, police said.

After stopping the pickup, the officer noticed the driver, Kollmann, had glassy eyes and constricted pupils and was visibly shaking and mumbling, according to police.

Police canine Gunner alerted on the vehicle and officers found an Altoids tin on Kollman, containing a large number of what was later positively identified as prescription medication, the report said.

Officers also found a black film container with a green leafy substance inside — which field tested positive for marijuana, and an orange film container with a brown, pasty substance — which field tested positive for hashish, according to police.
Carl Kolchak December 10, 2013 at 02:54 PM
Wow. A film container? Where do you even find those any more?


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