Sacto 9-1-1
November 3, 2011
Citizen report leads to Marysville drug arrests

Police will respond if you report a possible DUI - at least, they did in Marysville, police reported Wednesday.

Marysville Police reported getting a call around 7 p.m. Tuesday from a citizen worried about a small, brown car with Nevada license plates driving erratically.

An officer found the car a few minutes later and stopped the driver for a sobriety check.

However, when Jordan Lynn Stout, 22, the driver and Christopher Kenneth Branum, 23, got out of the car, the officer saw a glass pipe, such as those used for smoking methamphetamine, and a hypodermic needle on the floor.

After a search, officers located marijuana, a large number of needles, Dilaudid pills and other medications without prescription.

Stout, of Dayton, Nevada, and Branum, of Paradise, were arrested on suspicion of felony and misdemeanor drug charges, including possession and transportation of illegal and controlled substances.

Stout was not arrested for DUI.

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