Calhoun Man arrested after traffic stop

March 22, 2019---3:08 P.M.

STAFF REPORTS
 

A Calhoun man was arrested early Friday morning on multiple drug charges.

According to Calhoun Police records, Brandon Tyree Trimble was the passenger in a vehicle that was pulled over for an equipment violation. After police made contact with Trimble, he identified himself as Dustin Mccnell. After running the name he gave through they system, they found no matched with that name.

The driver was asked to identify the man, and did so ny showing officers his Facebook profile.

When officers discovered his real name, they found him to have two warrants; one for child support and one for parole violation.

He was taken to the Gordon County jail where he was found to be in possesion of Meth and a Meth pipe. 

Trimble was charged with: Giving a false name, crossing guard lines with drugs, possesion of meth, and possesion of drug related objects.

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