(BEDFORD) – A Montgomery man was arrested for dealing meth after he brought more than 10 grams of meth to Bedford.
On Thursday, Sept. 3, troopers arrested 47-year-old Eric Graber on charges of dealing meth over 10 grams, and possession of meth over 10 grams.
According to a probable cause affidavit, on Thursday, an undercover ISP trooper received information that Graber was bringing meth to Bedford.
The trooper said Graber was to transport two “zips” of “fire gofast” which is more than 2 ounces of crystal meth.
The trooper spotted Graber’s Jaguar traveling east on US 50 neat Stumphole Bridge Road.
The trooper witnessed Graber cross the center line. As Graber crossed the center line he phoned the undercover trooper.
The undercover trooper then contacted another ISP trooper who stopped Graber’s vehicle for crossing the center line and using a cell phone while driving.
The undercover trooper informed the assisting trooper that Graber had possible meth in his vehicle.
Graber’s vehicle was stopped on State Road 37, near the river bridge.
K-9 Rex alerted troopers to narcotics in the vehicle.
The undercover trooper then identified himself as a state trooper and told Graber he was having conversations with him about dealing meth.
Graber then dropped his head and was arrested.
Graber told the undercover trooper there was approximately 10 grams inside his backpack in the rear right floorboard.
Trooper then secured a search warrant for Graber’s home at 1149 County Road South 550 East in Montgomery.
During that search troopers located more than 50 grams of meth.