Billings Man Darrell Ross Logan Charged For Possession Of Dangerous Drugs (METH)

August 13, 2018







Syndicated by: Montana News

By: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter
Billings man Darrell Ross Logan was arrested and charged with Criminal Possession of Dangerous Drugs.

According to Billings Police report #, 18-57963 Billings Police Officer Stovall initiated a traffic stop in the area of 2nd ave South and State Ave.

According to Billings Police Officer Stovall, his only reason that he pulled over Logan was the fact that he claims that the occupants were moving around and shuffling around inside of the car all the while looking at Officer Stovall.

Logan’s windshield was broken in Stovall’s report, but doing a fact check, the windshield was only cracked and not broken as Officer Stovall claimed in his police report.

Officer Stovall did, however, run an NCIC on Darrell Logan and Logan had a suspended license.

According to dispatch, they advised Billings Police Officer Stovall that Logan had several warrants out for his arrest.

Logan was arrested and detained without incident and taken to the Yellowstone County Detention Center.

During the time that Logan was being booked into the jail, Booking Officer Kelly Lasater located a cylindrical container in his pocket. Inside of it, there was an orange piece of paper that had a white crystalline substance on it.

Officer Stovall took the substance and placed it into evidence for the evidence facility to conduct an analysis of the substance.

The substance tested positive for METH. The substance was sent to the Montana State Crime Lab for confirmation testing to make sure that the evidence facility conducted and properly analyzed the substance.



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