Accused Meth Dealer Arrested for Going 114 MPHFeatured Stories, News Monday, August 19th, 2013
A Bryan man accused of being a drug dealer was arrested after being clocked on his motorcycle doing 114 miles per hour.
A Brazos County deputy constable says he was headed north on the freeway before sunrise Saturday morning when his radar hit triple digits from a southbound vehicle with one headlight.
The deputy did a u-turn and saw the motorcycle make an exit at University.
After stopping the bike and recognizing the driver, 25 year old Zachary White, a second officer was requested.
White was carrying a backpack containing two glass bongs.
On his person, officers found a wad of cash totaling $3,490 dollars.
And a zipper case was found on the ground behind one of the patrol cars, containing five baggies of methamphetamine and a bag of marijuana.
Seven hours after being booked, White was released from jail after posting bonds totaling $53,800 dollars.
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