Seagraves Man, Hobbs Woman Charged with Odessa Drug Charges
Monday, April 07, 2014 8:54 AM
ODESSA -- A Seagraves man and a Hobbs woman were both charged with drug felonies after police reported finding Xanax, hydrocodone, marijuana and methamphetamine inside the vehicle they were driving March 11, according to a weekend story produced by the Odessa American.
Officers saw a gray Volkswagen Passat at North County Road West and West 2nd Street with an obstructed view of the rear license plate at about 9:58 p.m. March 11. A traffic stop was conducted in the 2000 block of West 2nd Street and the driver was identified as Terry Wayne Bryant, 33, and the passenger was identified as 34-year-old Lisa Arcadia Padilla.
A warrant check revealed Bryant had a warrant for driving with an invalid license and was placed into custody, police reported.
Officers then searched the vehicle and reported finding multiple bottles of Xanax pills, a bottle of Hydrocodone pills, marijuana and a handgun hidden underneath a seat. A canine conducted an open air sniff on the vehicle and found 17.5 grams of methamphetamine concealed in a false bottom container in the center of the vehicle, police reported. Police then reported searching through Bryant’s cell phone and finding evidence of intent to deliver.
A total of $1,683, Bryant’s cell phone and other unreported items believed to be stolen were seized, police reported.
Bryant and Padilla are both being held at the Ector County Detention Center Friday afternoon, with bonds totaling $85,000 and $28,000, respectively.