A 61-year-old man was arraigned on a felony drug charge in a Killeen courtroom Thursday.
Justice of the Peace Bill Cooke arraigned James Dow Fulton on a charge of possession of 1 gram or less of methamphetamine.
Killeen police were investigating a forgery Tuesday when they pulled over a red minivan driven by Fulton.
Police searched Fulton and discovered a small glass cylinder containing a “white crystal-like substance” in his pocket, according to an arrest affidavit.
They also found what appeared to be a glass pipe and a plastic bag with the same substance in Fulton’s shirt pocket.
A field test of the substance yielded a positive result for methamphetamine, the affidavit stated. Cooke set Fulton’s bail at $20,000.
Cooke also arraigned Aleesa Breana Doolan, 19, and Bernardo Quintez Maxwell on charges of forgery.
Both Doolan and Maxwell were accused of trying to cash a forged check for $2,700 from T&R Fence.
Cooke set bail for both Doolan and Maxwell at $20,000.
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