BLACK ROCK, AR (KAIT) – One man is in jail facing meth and resisting arrest charges after a traffic stop in Black Rock.
According to Black Rock Police Chief Chris Parnell, David Ray Davidson was arrested after a traffic stop turns up meth making items in his car. Chief Parnell said Davidson had 60 pseudoephedrine 12 hour caplets, a bottle of drain cleaner, a bottle of Coleman camp fuel, and 8 Energizer lithium batteries. All items are used to make meth.
Parnell said during the arrest Davidson also resisted.
David is being charged with possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to manufacture, over possession of pseudoephedrine, and resisting arrest.