Two charged after Bristol, Va., police find meth in traffic stop

A traffic stop after a Bristol, Va., police officer saw a car being driven erratically Thursday afternoon resulted in the discovery of drugs and a man with a federal warrant.

A Bristol, Va., police drug detective saw a black vehicle driving “erratically” around 3 p.m. Thursday and checked the registration, which indicated the vehicle should be brown, not black.

The driver, identified as Justin R. Duty, 28, Bristol, Va., was charged with possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine. Police found bags of meth worth about $2,000, digital scales, other assorted pills and marijuana.

Duty was being held in jail on $10,000 bond.

Duty’s passenger, Anthony D. Campbell, 41, also of Bristol, Va., had a warrant from United States Marshalls for a probation violation.

Police said additional charges related to the traffic stop are pending.

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