All suspects are harmless till confirmed responsible in a court docket of legislation.
Chancelor Foutz, 20, of Fremont County is going through one rely of possession with intent to ship marijuana.
On Could 25th, 2019 a Riverton Police Officer pulled over a automobile with 5 occupants on South Federal Boulevard for a damaged tail mild.
In line with court docket paperwork, the officer noticed an odor of burnt marijuana emitting from the open driver facet window. The officer requested every occupant if that they had something unlawful on their particular person. Foutz allegedly stated, “I’ve two pipes on me.”
The officer searched the car discovering a drawstring backpack containing twelve small baggies of marijuana. Foutz allegedly admitted the backpack belonged to him. When questioned by the officer about dealing marijuana Foutz allegedly suggested the officer he has been dealing for over a month.
On June 4th, 2019 Foutz waived his preliminary listening to so the case is being transferred to District Court docket.
Foutz is being charged with:
- One rely possession with intent to ship marijuana (felony) has a most penalty of imprisonment of no more than 10 years and/or a positive of no more than $10,000 or each.