Clothing, drugs serve as key to arrest

Clothing, drugs serve as key to arrest
Quentin Dion Wolfe, 32, Jonesboro Possession of meth/cocaine less than 2 grams (7/10) (Source: Craighead Co. Sheriff's Office)

JONESBORO, Ark. (KAIT) - There was more than undergarments in one man’s drawer, according to Jonesboro police.

Quentin Wolfe of Jonesboro was arrested Wednesday, July 10 after Jonesboro Police Department Street Crimes unit investigators went to the 5500 block of Camden to find Wolfe.

According to a probable cause affidavit, officers spoke to a woman as she was getting into a vehicle.

The woman told police that Wolfe was inside the residence.

“Quentin stated he does not live at the residence. Investigators determined that Quentin Wolfe does, in fact, live at the residence due to the amount of clothes that were his in the residence and his wife stating that one side of the closet was his and the other side of the closet was hers,” the affidavit noted. “Investigators located 3.7 grams of suspected cocaine, three grams of suspected meth and two grams of suspected crack cocaine inside of a dresser drawer also containing men’s undergarments.”

Police also found a small amount of suspected cocaine in Wolfe’s pocket, as well as a key to a vehicle in his jacket and four grams of marijuana in the vehicle, the affidavit noted.

Wolfe was arrested on suspicion of possession of meth or cocaine purpose to deliver greater than two grams but less than 10 grams, possession of meth or cocaine purpose to deliver greater than two grams but less than 10 grams and possession of schedule VI with purpose to deliver.

A $100,000 bond was set for Wolfe, who will be arraigned Aug. 30 in circuit court.

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