Cedar Rapids Couple Stopped and Arrested for Drugs

BRIDGEPORT, WI (Ben Caxton) — A Cedar Rapids couple were jailed in Prairie du Chien after an early Sunday morning traffic stop in Bridgeport. Shortly before 3:00 AM a deputy with the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office pulled over a 1999 Chevrolet S10 for non-registration and false display of registration plates on US Highway 18 at Southtown Lane. The driver, 53-year-old Michael Sumner, did not possess a valid driver’s license and was issued citations for operating without a valid driver’s license, no insurance and non-registration of automobile. During a search of the vehicle numerous items associated with ingesting methamphetamine, a digital scale and several small baggies containing white residue were located. Both Sumner, and a passenger, 39-year-old Christy Glassford, both of Cedar Rapids were then placed under arrest for possession of methamphetamine paraphernalia. While the deputy was beginning to conduct a search of Glassford, a small bag, containing 2.5 grams of a white crystal-like substance, fell off her person and onto the ground. The substance later field tested positive for the presence of methamphetamine. In addition, a white crystal-like substance, weighing 3.6 grams, was later located inside Sumner’s coat which field tested positive for the presence of methamphetamine.

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