MUNCIE, Ind. — You need to keep the tag on your license plate updated. Not doing that sent a Muncie man to jail. Granted, it was for drugs and not the expired license plate.
Indiana State Police say troopers were patrolling along McGalliard Road in Muncie late Tuesday and came across Richard Leffler, 59, driving a small pick-up with tags that expired in 2013.
“Troopers also discovered that Mr. Leffler was driving on a suspended license,” said Sgt. John Bowling. “As the troopers inventoried the vehicle prior to impounding it they discovered glass smoking pipes and just under 10 grams of a substance believed to be Methamphetamine.”
The troopers arrested Leffler and slapped preliminary felony drug charges on top of driving on a suspended license and with expired tags.
(PHOTO: Indiana State Police)
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