(BEDFORD) – On Sunday at 1:50 a.m. an Indiana State Police Trooper Chance Humphrey stopped 24-year-old Brennan Schramke after he noticed a defective license plate light on Schramke’s vehicle.
The traffic stop took place on State Road 37, north of Bedford.
Once learning Schramke identity, Trooper Humphrey discovered Schramke was wanted on a warrant in Floyd County. Schramke was then placed under arrest for the warrant.
Mitchell Police Department K9 Officer Shaun Cabral arrived at the scene with his K9 partner Jack who gave a positive indication of the odor of narcotics of Schramke’s vehicle, says ISP Sgt. Curt Durnil.
“Officers then discovered two separate substances that field-tested positive for marijuana and cocaine, a set of digital scales and a firearm in the vehicle,” Sgt. Durnil added.
Schramke was arrested on additional charges of possession of cocaine or a narcotic drug and possession of marijuana.