An August 3rd traffic stop in Lebanon resulted in the arrest of a man from Wheatland. According to the report filed with the courts, a Laclede County Deputy pulled over a vehicle for a traffic violation on the afternoon of August 3rd. According to the deputy statement the driver, identified as Joshua Mazelin seemed overly nervous for the circumstances. The deputy asked him to step to the back of his car, and conducted a search of his person. Located was a pill container that held small ziplock style baggies that contained methamphetamine. A search of Mazelin’s vehicle turned up a glass pipe, a sunglass case that contained items commonly used to repackage illegal drugs for distribution. 36 year old Joshua M. Mazelin is charged with felony delivery of a controlled substance with a bond of $50-thousand cash or surety. His next hearing is set for August 14th.
A man who was caught driving an unregistered vehicle, without a drivers license was arrested during a traffic stop on Sunday. The stop happened just after 2am on Sunday, by a Laclede County Deputy. According to the report, the driver, identified as 46 year old Bobby Lee Alford was on probation and gave consent to search the vehicle. During the search the deputy recovered a straw with a white crystalline substance that tested positive as methamphetamine, and a cellophane package that contained a small amount of presumed methamphetamine. Alford is charged with driving while revoked and possession of a controlled substance with a bond of $5-thousand cash or surety.