Tulsa Police Locate Jar of Meth in Vehicle During Traffic Stop
A man was arrested Saturday night after Tulsa police reportedly found methamphetamine in the trunk of his vehicle during a traffic stop.
Police stopped the vehicle because it was said to have driven from a domestic violence call. When the vehicle was stopped, police reported smelling a strong chemical odor coming from the vehicle's trunk.
Officers opened the trunk and allegedly found a large glass jar containing meth and a glass pipe used the smoke the substance.
A large knife was also found on the left side of the driver's seat, the police report states.
Brandon Lambillotte, 37, is being held on over $25,000 bond.