Richland County Sheriff James J Bindl reports that on 04-27-18, A Sheriff’s Deputy stopped a vehicle on Hwy 80 just south of Hwy 60 in Eagle township due to the registered owner of the vehicle having a felony warrant. During the stop 46 year old Lemuel Anderson of Avoca, who was operating the vehicle, provided a California driver’s license that was expired and also had an expired instructional permit through Wisconsin. Anderson did not have a valid license. K9 Rambo was deployed for a “free air” exterior vehicle scenting and had a positive alert to the odor of illegal narcotics inside. A search of the vehicle provided 4.3g of Crack Cocaine, 10.04g of Marijuana, $1,182.00 cash, digital scales and drug paraphernalia. It was also learned that Anderson was out on felony bond from Richland County. Lemuel Anderson was arrested and charged (see charges below). The Muscoda Police Department assisted at the scene.
WHEN: 4/27/18 TIME of Incident: 09:02PM
WHO Involved: Lemuel A. Anderson, 46, of Avoca, WI
WHERE Incident Happened: Hwy 80 South of Hwy 60, Eagle Township
ARREST or CHARGES: 961.41(1m)(cm)1r Possession with Intent to Deliver Cocaine, 961.41(h)1 Possession with Intent to Deliver THC, 961.573 Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, 946.49(b) Felony Bail Jumping (2 counts) 343.05(3)(a) Operating a motor vehicle with out a valid license (1st Offense)