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Invalid license arrest leads to contraband introduction charges

A Nissan Versa, driven by Charles Shields, was pulled over by Holmes County Sheriff’s Office deputy on April 2, for a traffic infraction leading to Shields arrest.

According to HCSO, Shields stated he did not have a valid driver’s license which was confirmed through a check run by dispatch.

Shields was placed under arrest and transported to the Holmes County Jail.

Upon entering the jail Shields was asked if he was concealing anything on or in his person to which he answered no.

Following standard procedure, a strip search was conducted and found Shields to be concealing a wrapper containing a white powdery substance which tested positive for cocaine.

Shields is charged with DWLSR, possession of cocaine and introduction of contraband to a detention facility.

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