By Kalin Krohe, Panhandle Post
A Chadron man has been arrested for possession of methamphetamine and marijuana.
On June 3 Chadron Police Sgt. Young stopped a vehicle near 4th and Maple Street for having no license plates.
Young contacted 20 year-old Dylon Two Dogs. Two Dogs was the driver of the vehicle.
Young smelled the odor of burning marijuana coming from the inside of the vehicle.
"Sgt. Young searched the vehicle, locating less than one ounce of suspected marijuana and a suspected pipe containing methamphetamine residue," Chadron Police Chief Richard Hickstein said. "Sgt. Young field tested the suspected drugs and received a positive reaction for marijuana and methamphetamine."
Two Dogs was arrested for possession of methamphetamine (Class IV Felony), driving under suspension (Class III Misdemeanor) and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana (Infraction).
Two Dogs was transported to the Dawes County Jail. Bond was set at 10% of $10,000.