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Suspicious People Report Results In Discovery Of Heroin, Methamphetamine

Two Ohio men ended up in Hopkins County jail after suspected methamphetamine and heroin were found in their vehicle.

Sulphur Springs Police were reportedly dispatched to the Super Handy parking lot n the 1400 block of College Street at 8:34 a.m. March 16 to check out a report of suspicious people in maroon vehicle.

Rodney B. Schneider

Upon arrival, they contacted 54-year-old Rodney B. Schneider of Fairborn, Ohio, and his son, who were in a maroon Cheverolet Cruz. Scheider was a passenger in the vehicle. A records check showed 31-year-old Brian Scott Molina of Fairborn, Ohio to be wanted in Hidalgo County for failure to appear on a possession of marijuana charge, according to arrest reports

After obtaining consent, police found a white crystal-like substance believed to be methamphetamine and white powder-like substance that later tested positive for heroine during a search of the vehicle, Sulphur Springs Police Sgt. Brandon Mayes and Lt. Pat Leber alleged in arrest reports.

Both were arrested at 9:02 a.m. and taken to jail on a possession of 4 grams or more but less than 200 grams of a Penalty Group 1 controlled substance charge, and Molina for the warrant as well.

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Brian Scott Molina

While being booked into jail, Molina reportedly began having medical issues. Molina transported to CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital-Sulphur Springs emergency room to be medically cleared. After being cleared, he was transported back to jail and booked on both charge, according to arrest reports.

Both remained in Hopkins County jail Tuesday, according to jail reports.


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Author: Faith Huffman

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