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Published: March 26, 2020


A HENRY COUNTY MAN WAS ARRESTED IN SOUTHERN LAWRENCE COUNTY ON TUESDAY AFTER THE VEHICLE HE WAS DRIVING BECAME STUCK IN A DITCH.  OFFICERS WITH THE ST. JOSEPH POLICE DEPARTMENT WERE DISPATCHED TO A REPORT OF A BURGLARY ON PENNY ROAD WHEN THEY ENCOUNTERED THE BLUE PICKUP.  THE DRIVER OF THE VEHICLE WAS UNABLE TO PROVIDE IDENTIFICATION AND FOLLOWING A CHECK THROUGH DISPATCH IT WAS DETERMINED TO HAVE A REVOKED LICENSE.  BRADLEY DEWAYNE COLEMAN, 32, OF PARIS, APPEARED NERVOUS AND ALLEGEDLY ATTEMPTED TO CONCEAL A CONTAINER FROM OFFICERS WHEN ASKED ABOUT THE CONTENTS IN HIS POCKET.  A SEARCH OF THE CONTAINER REVEALED BAGGIES CONTAINING A CRYSTAL LIKE SUBSTANCE BELIEVED TO BE METHAMPHETAMINE ALONG WITH SEVERAL OTHER UNUSED BAGGIES. COLEMAN WAS CHARGED WITH POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE SCHEDULE II FOR RESALE, POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA, AND DRIVING ON REVOKED.