Failure to Signal a Lane Change Leads to a Dealing Meth and Marijuana Arrest

(BEDFORD) – Bedford Police officers arrested an Orleans man Saturday for dealing meth and marijuana.

William Kramer

Police arrested 30-year-old William Kramer, on charges of dealing meth, possession of meth, unlawful possession of a syringe, dealing marijuana and possession of marijuana after a Bedford Police officer stopped a red Ford Mustang at State Road 37, north of 5th Street after the driver failed to signal a lane change.

While speaking to the driver, Jerrod Dotts, the officer noticed Dotts’ passenger, William Kramer, attempting to tuck something into a grocery sack.

Officers asked Dotts for consent to search the vehicle, which he granted. 

Officers detained both men while they conducted the search. Kramer confessed to officers they would find meth and marijuana and all of the drugs were his.

 Officer located 9 baggies which contained 32.61 grams of meth, 21 baggies containing 29.06 grams of marijuana and a smoking device. Officers also located Kramer’s wallet inside the vehicle which contained $996. A syringe was also located in Kramer’s pocket.

Kramer was arrested. Dotts was released from the scene with a verbal warning for failing to signal and for a false and fictitious license plate.