Tailgating vehicle leads to arrest by LPSO 

A Farmerville resident with no vehicle inspection sticker and who was following a vehicle too closely was stopped and arrested for possession of controlled dangerous substances, possession of drug paraphernalia and having an open container. 

A Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office deputy was on stationary patrol on Highway 33 and observed a vehicle following another vehicle too closely. During the traffic stop, the individual was identified as Quantarius Peavy, 23, of Farmerville. The deputy, while speaking to Peavy, smelled marijuana from the vehicle. Peavy was asked to exit the vehicle, and a probable cause search was conducted. 

The search yielded about 66 grams of suspected marijuana, multiple THC vape canisters, a grinder, rolling papers and a digital scale. A white cup was also located that had a strong alcoholic smell. 

Peavy was transported to the Lincoln Parish Detention Center and charged with following too close, no vehicle inspection sticker, possession of alcoholic beverages in a motor vehicle, possession of schedule 1 CDS and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond was set at $10,000. 

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