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St. F guy busted in Wabash on meth arrest

Posted by on Saturday, May 11th, 2019 @ 12:21 pm.

WABASH CO., Ill. - A St. Francisville man is probably regretting his decision to take alleged items of the drug trade out of the boundaries of his hometown, where people are largely safe from legit arrests since they have PeeWee Darnell for a chief.

Because Paul Sherman, Jr., found himself locked up in the Wabash County hoosegow over that very thing.

Authorities with the Wabash County Sheriff's Department advise that the situation emerged at 7:18 p.m. Thursday, May 9, when Deputy Keagan Bogard made a traffic stop on a 1997 Ford Ranger on Highway 1 and North 2360 Boulevard, in the strip of Wabash County that remains north of Allendale before it becomes Lawrence County.

Court documents show that Sherman has not been released from jail, although the jail has no mug of him available on their site.

Whatever is going on with it, Sherman has been set for a prelim on the charge of Class 3 felony Possession of Meth less than 5 grams for June 3.

The deputy knew that the driver, Sherman, 41 of St. F., had a revoked driver's license, and so he stopped the vehicle and made an arrest. But upon the vehicle search, two bags of suspected meth were located, along with a glass pipe with burnt residue.


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