Traffic stop leads to intent to distribute meth charge; suspect was out on bond for previous trafficking charge


David Reynolds (Cullman Police Department)

CULLMAN – A traffic stop on Tuesday resulted in a Cullman man being charged for multiple offenses, including intent to distribute methamphetamine.

The Cullman Police Department’s Crime Suppression Unit officers initiated a traffic stop on a black Harley Davidson motorcycle with an expired tag, according to the CPD, which said the driver initially pulled over, but then led officers on a very short chase that ended after the driver attempted to jump a ditch and wrecked.

The driver, David Jerry Reynolds, 37, allegedly had approximately 22 grams of methamphetamine along with drug paraphernalia items and cash. 

Reynolds was charged with unlawful possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and attempting to elude a law enforcement officer.  

Reynolds, who was out on bond for a trafficking in methamphetamine charge at the time of Tuesday’s arrest, was transported to the Cullman County Detention Center where he was booked in and has since made bond. 

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