‘Hardened criminal’ stopped with meth, Viagra in Trumann

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TRUMANN, Ark. – Viagra, meth, and a loaded revolver. What was the plan?

“The Trumann Police Department made the streets of Trumann a little safer this morning after a traffic stop netted drugs and a gun,” reported TPD via Facebook Thursday morning.

The post said Patrolman Ronnie Henley, Lieutenant Jared Cook, K-9 Ras and Corporal Dustin Azlin confiscated multiple bags of suspected methamphetamine that totaled 18 grams in the early morning stop. In addition to that, a loaded Smith & Wesson handgun was found. Also, Viagra.

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Jeremy Johnson, 47, was arrested in the stop.

Facebook comments indicated many questions existed from the public.

“Hardened criminals?” wrote Amy Hill.

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“There’s a lot of factors that erected my curiosity,” wrote Melissa Crow.

“Ras” received love online in the comments, too

While the comments included much creativity, they also included praise and thanks to the officers for their hard work.

“Way to go Ras!! And Officers!😁” Sharen Thompson Gann wrote.

The curiosity of readers was shared by Trumann Police Chief Chad Henson, who told NEA Report he had no idea why Johnson allegedly had Viagra, meth, or a loaded revolver.

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