Oneida, TN (2010-01-06) A Helenwood man faces drug possession charges and motor vehicle violations following his arrested on New Years Day.
Brian A. DeLosAngeles, 33, of Helenwood was arrested last Friday by the Oneida Police Department following a traffic stop in the Oak Park Apartment Complex. According to an arrest warrant filed by Cpl. Gerry “Greasey” Garrett, DeLosAngeles was stopped after allegedly speeding through the complex. After pulling into a parking space and exiting his car, officer Garrett approached DeLosAngeles, who reportedly attempted to walk away. Garrett detained DeLosAngeles, after reportedly discovering a clear pipe commonly used to smoke methamphetamine in the passenger seat of the car. A subsequent search of his person, allegedly found small plastic baggie purportedly containing crystal meth and two pills with markings consistent with Hydrocodone. Inside the vehicle, authorities allegedly found a used syringe, digital scales, and small plastic baggies. The tag on the car, stated the warrant, was also registered to another vehicle.
DeLosAngeles was charged with driving on possession of (a schedule II controlled substance, crystal meth; possession of a schedule III controlled substance, Hydrocodone; possession of drug paraphernalia; driving on revoked license; improper registration; and violation of the financial responsibility law.
Scott County General Sessions Court Judge, James L. (Jamie) Cotton, Jr. arraigned DeLosAngeles on Monday, setting his bond at $7500. DeLosAngeles remains incarcerated in the Scott County Jail.