Two Columbus residents were arrested Monday on methamphetamine related charges after traffic stops.
According to reports from Lt. Matt Harris, spokesman for the police department:
25-year-old Nadia Brown was stopped at about 5:30 near Seventh and Washington streets for having an expired tag on a license plate that allegedly belonged on another vehicle. During a search of the vehicle officers allegedly found syringes including one containing methamphetamine. She was arrested on preliminary charges of possession of a legend drug injection device and possession of methamphetamine.
54-year-old Eloy Salinas was arrested after a stop at about 7 p.m. near Seventh Street and Pleasant Grove. A search of his vehicle allegedly revealed a bag of methamphetamine. He is facing preliminary charges of driving while suspended, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of methamphetamine and a Bartholomew Superior Court II warrant