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By Chris Edwards
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TOWN BLUFF – A traffic stop along FM 92 in Town Bluff last Thursday afternoon resulted in a pair of arrests after the discovery of drugs and a warrant.

According to Pct. 3 Constable Tony Reynolds, he was patrolling the area and observed a vehicle with “multiple violations.” The driver, 49-year-old Troy Lee Bohler, of Woodville, had no driver license, no proof of insurance “and multiple other vehicle violations,” Reynolds said. Christopher Allen Bohler, a 47-year-old Woodville resident, was the other occupant of the vehicle, and Reynolds said he had an active warrant out of Tyler County for possession of a controlled substance.

Reynolds searched the vehicle and discovered a clear plastic bag containing a crystalline substance, which field-tested positive for methamphetamine, along with two glass pipes, both of which had a white residue in them.

“Christopher Bohler admitted that the substance I found in the vehicle belonged to him and he identified it as meth,” Reynolds said.

Both men were taken into custody and transported to the Tyler County Jail. Troy Bohler was charged with no driver license and Christopher Bohler was charged with the active warrant and felony possession of a controlled substance.

Troy Bohler was released, while Christopher Bohler is still in custody.

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