Deputies Arrest Man With Warrants, New Drug Charges
|Jeffrey Nolen, 31, of GJ|
A small baggie of suspected methamphetamine was located in his front pants pocket, along with a concealed 10 inch knife in his belongings and a hypodermic needle commonly used for intravenous drug use.
He was charged with criminal impersonation, unlawful possession of methamphetamine, unlawfully carrying a concealed weapon, resisting arrest and obstruction. He will be arraigned this afternoon on the new charges and currently has two cash only bonds for the FTA warrants. Update on his bond, as well as anyone currently in our facility, can be found on the Inmate Inquiry website.