Jackson County, Florida - A Jackson County deputy pulled over a Gold Ford Ranger near the intersection of I-10 and Hwy 71 for having no tail lights and no tag.
Three people got out of the truck for a K-9 'free air sniff,' and when the deputy asked if they had any weapons, William Dwayne Goodson, voluntarily took a small plastic container and a plastic baggie of methamphetamines out of his pocket and put it on the hood of the patrol car. He also had a straw with suspected methamphetamine residue and package of 'Cush,' a synthetic marijuana product.
The K-9 indicated a positive alert for the presence of narcotics, and a subsequent search revealed the presence of several listed chemicals commonly used in the manufacture of methamphetamines including Lye, Coleman Fuel, and Muriatic Acid.
Goodson took responsibility for all of the illegal substances found and was taken to jail. The other two occupants were released. He's charged with Possession of Methamphetamines, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Attempt to Manufacture Methamphetamine.
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