Guilty on Drug Charges

Aug 22nd, 2013 | By admin | Category: News and Features

Beebe Police Captain Eddie Cullum released the following information regarding circuit court action narcotics cases made by the Beebe P.D..

On August 6th, 2013, David Chase Wilson, 33, of Lonoke County, entered guilty pleas in circuit court in Searcy.  Wilson was arrested on March 19th, 2013 by Ron Lewis and Josh Middleton of the Beebe Police Department in a Beebe motel room after information gathered by the Lonoke County Sheriff’s Office was proven valid. Wilson was arrested for: “Possession of methamphetamine”,  and “Possession of drug paraphernalia to inhale meth”.  He was sentenced to 72 months probation on each charge which is to run concurrent, serve 60 days in the White County Detention Center and fined $1,000.00.

On August 12th, 2013, Clayton Allen Glasco , 25, of Lonoke County pled guilty to “Possession of methamphetamine” and “D.W.I. / Drugs”.  Officer Steve Hall stopped Glasco for driving 13 miles over the speed limit in a residential area of South Main Street on March 27th, 2013.  It was apparent to Officer Hall that Glasco was under the influence of some type of narcotics and placed him under arrest for D.W.I. Drugs.  Officer Brett Shippee backed up Hall and during the course of the investigation, approximately $25.00 worth of methamphetamine was seized.  Glasco was sentenced to 48 months probation and 12 months in jail for the D.W.I. which was merged with the felony drug case.  He was also fined $1,000.00.