On November 19th, Oneida Police Officer Tony Jones observed a vehicle on Verdun Road with no registration light going at a high rate of speed for the area. Officer Jones caught up with the vehicle and paced it at 65 MPH in a 45 MPH zone and initiated blue lights to conduct a traffic stop near Burchfield School. Upon speaking with the driver, identified as Jonathon Moses, Officer Jones discovered, through dispatch, that his driver’s license was suspended and the vehicle did not have insurance coverage. Officer Jones asked Moses if there was illegal contraband inside the vehicle and Moses responded with “yes, two needles.” Upon search of the vehicle Officer Jones located under the passenger seat an Epi-pen container with two needles along with a small clear bag of some crystalline substance. A Mello Yello can was also found inside the passenger side door with more crystalline substance on the bottom. Officer Jones asked Moses what the substance was and he did admit that it was methamphetamine he had purchased earlier that day. Moses was charged with Possession of a Schedule II Drug, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Driving on a Suspended License, Violation of Financial Responsibility, Violation of Light Law, and Speeding.