Justin A. Conduff, 28, of 1215 Sinking Springs Road, Midway, was charged Tuesday night by the Tennessee Highway Patrol with driving under the influence-2nd offense, driving on a revoked license, possession of a Schedule II drug and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A traffic stop was made on Conduff for having an inoperative brake light, Trooper Jeremy Shelton said in a report.
Conduff gave troopers a Tennessee state identification card. A records check showed that his driver’s license was revoked for a 2012 driving under the influence conviction.
When asked if he had anything on him “that would stick” an officer, Conduff replied he had “dirty needles” in the vehicle, the report said.
Found in an eyeglass case were two syringes, a measuring spoon and a cut straw. The spoon and straw both had residue on them. A melted pink pill Conduff told troopers was Roxicodone was also found.
Conduff was “very lethargic acting,” with “droopy” eyelids and constricted pupils, the report said. He told troopers he used methamphetamine the day before.
He showed signs of being under the influence and and had trouble following instructions during field sobriety tests, the report said.
Conduff was held on no bond pending a first scheduled appearance Wednesday in General Sessions Court.