A Rockmart man remained in jail today on several thousands of dollars in bond on drug and traffic charges following a Tuesday night traffic stop, reports stated.
Anthony Travis Wren, 60, of 112 Plainview St., Rockmart, on multiple charges after a traffic stop was initiated by Polk County Police at Fairview Road and Morgan Street in Rockmart on Tuesday around 9:15 p.m.
Police did not have a lengthy description of events in their report, but stated that he had failed to use a left turn signal while driving a white 2004 GMC Yukon in the area where he was stopped.
The report did provide some insight on what police found during their investigation into Wren while stopped. They reported into evidence a glass pipe suspected to have methamphetamine residue within, and a black digital scale covered with suspected meth as well.
Police did add in their brief narrative he was taken to jail following the events of the traffic stop on March 23.
Wren was ultimately charged on felony charges of two counts of reckless conduct, and counts for possession of methamphetamine and possession of tools for the commission of a crime. He also faced misdemeanor charges of laying dray, two counts of obstruction of law enforcement officers, failure to use a turn signal and possession and use of drug related objects.
He remained booked as of posting on a $12,750 bond.