William Adam Moses, 26, entered three different pharmacies, signed for and purchased the pills which contain the precursor chemical pseudoephedrine, according to an affidavit filed by DTF agent Dave Jones.
According to law, “a person shall not purchase products containing more than 3.6 grams per day, or more than nine grams in a 30-day period.”
Jones stated in his affidavit that Moses had purchased 9.6 grams over the course of just a few days.
The alleged violation occurred in Bradley County, according to Jones’ investigation
Moses was arrested in McMinn County and transported to the Bradley County Jail where he was booked on the charge.
n An official with a local business reported a man attempting to cash what appeared to be a fraudulent check. He was arrested by Cleveland Police shortly after the incident allegedly took place.
According to a report filed by officer Charles Burke, Dustin Ryan Duggan, 28, went to Money Matters located on Keith Street and attempted to cash a check from a bank located in Pennsylvania.
The owner of the business called the bank and found out “they did not have any record of the business on the check.”
Duggan told the owner he worked for a pipe company.
He reportedly asked for his identification and the check after the business owner called the police for an investigation.
The owner told him the police would have to give it back and according to the report, Duggan stated he was going to sit in his car until police arrived.
He then immediately left the scene, according to the report.
Officer Edwin Millian spotted the vehicle, which the owner had described being driven by Duggan.
Millian performed a traffic stop and after the investigation was finished, Duggan was arrested and charged with forgery.
He was transported to the Bradley County Jail and booked on the charge.