BY KEN LITTLE
Law enforcement agencies made several drug-possession arrests on Monday.
John Samuel Diltz, 29, of 1275 Gilbreath Road, was charged with possession of a Schedule II drug, driving on a suspended license, and speeding, following a traffic stop at Blue Springs Parkway and West School Street, sheriff's Deputy Jimmy Willett said in a report.
The Nissan sedan being driven by Diltz was clocked at 57 mph in a 35-mph zone, the report said.
A search of Diltz turned up a pill bottle that contained prescribed Meloxicam and two hydrocodone pills that were not prescribed, the report said.
A records check showed that Diltz' license was suspended in December 2012 for failure to satisfy citations, the report said.
Bond was set at $2,000. Diltz is scheduled to appear today in General Sessions Court.
Rachel D. Baker, 36, of 342 Stockton Road, was charged with simple possession of a Schedule II drug and possession of drug paraphernalia, sheriff's Deputy Mark Crum said in a report.
Deputies responded to a call in the 300 block of Stockton Road to check on the welfare of a person.
Baker was allegedly found to be in possession of roxycodone "melted on (a) spoon and loaded in a syringe in (her) purse," the report said.
She allegedly admitted the substance was roxycodone, the report said.
Bond was set at $2,000 pending a first scheduled court appearance today.
Peter Allen Wills, 24, of 4925 Rheatown Road, was arrested Monday and charged with sale or delivery of a Schedule II drug.
The arrest stems from the alleged sale of two roxycodone tablets on July 6 to a confidential informant working with the Third Judicial District Drug Task Force, a report said.
Wills' bond was revoked because he was arrested while out on bond in an unrelated case, the report said.
His first scheduled court appearance was scheduled for today.