ROSAMOND – A 40-year-old man was arrested Sunday night after a traffic stop in Rosamond revealed meth, cash, and an outstanding warrant, authorities said.
Marquis Davis was arrested on multiple criminal charges, including possession of a controlled substance for sale and driving on a suspended license, according to Kern County inmate records.
The traffic stop that led to the arrest happened around 9:20 p.m. Sunday, March 8, on the 5300 block of Rosamond Boulevard, according to a news release from the Kern County Sheriff’s Office.
A Kern County deputy initiated the stop after he noticed a vehicle with expired registration.
“He contacted the driver of the vehicle, 40-year-old Marquis Davis, who had had an active warrant for his arrest. During a search of Davis’ person, the deputy located two packages of suspected Methamphetamine and $1,040 in Davis’ pockets,” the news release states.
Davis was booked into the Central Receiving Facility and is being held in lieu of $37,635 bail. He is due in court Tuesday, March 10.
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Traffic Stop says
It is probably a good idea to be current with your auto registration.