Columbus police made another meth arrest over the weekend.
Lt. Matt Harris, Columbus Police Department Spokesman, says that that just after midnight Saturday morning, Sgt. Josh McCrary reported seeing a speeding vehicle near Second and Sycamore Street. After stopping the vehicle, McCrary became suspicious of the vehicle’s occupants. Officer Branch Schrader arrived with his K-9 partner, Argo, who alerted to the odor of narcotics inside the vehicle. A search of the vehicle allegedly produced two syringes in a cup where 26-year-old Nathan F. Ingram, of Columbus, had been sitting. Officers also reported finding methamphetamine that fell out of Ingram’s clothing while he was being searched.
Ingram was arrested on preliminary charges of Possession of Methamphetamine and Possession of a Legend Drug Injection Device.