Beaverton police seize meth, heroin, pot in traffic stop
The Beaverton Police Department announced the seizure of copious amounts of illegal drugs during a recent traffic stop of a 28-year-old motorist.
Ammahad Anthony Bradley was lodged on multiple charges of possession and distribution of drugs following his arrest on Friday, July 26, in Beaverton.
Authorities say a patrol officer noticed a "suspicious vehicle" near Southweast Walker and Canyon roads around 4:01 a.m. and pulled the driver over. Police say Bradley's vehicle was loaded with 203 grams of methamphetamine, 17 grams of heroin and two pounds of marijuana, plus cash.
According to reports published in the Centralia, Washington newspaper, Bradley was convicted for possession and delivery charges for meth and heroin in 2014, and was also booked on distribution charges in 2010.
Bradley remains inside the Washington County Jail at this time.
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