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By: Donald Cyphers Investigate reporter
Syndicated by: Montana News
Billings man John Deacon Gundlach was arrested and charged for Criminal Possession of Dangerous Drugs (2) counts both Felonies and (1) count of Criminal Possession of Dangerous Drugs Misdemeanor.
Billings Police Officer Anderson was dispatched to the Walmart located at 2525 King Ave West for a reported shoplifter call.
Store security was watching several suspects on video surveillance at the time that Billings Police Office Anderson pulled up.
The store security told Billings Police that one person later identified as John Deacon Gundlach had concealed an item inside of his jacket that he was caring around and draped over his arm.
A second suspect identified later as Neala Crasco.
Billings Police Officer DeNio was the Officer who made the identification of Neala Crasco.
During the pat search that was conducted by Officer DeNio on Crasco Officer Anderson observed a slightly blue in color object in one of the suspect's pockets.
Dispatch notified the Officers thatJohn Deacon Gunlach had a warrant for his arrest. Officers located the blue object that was in a pocket of one of the suspects and discovered baggies of METH, HEROIN, and MARIJUANA.
A field test confirmed it was indeed METH, HEROIN, and MARIJUANA.
This article was published by: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter License# USPA-ID-US/VI-01/29995