Police responded Feb. 21 to UDF, 101 N. Verity Parkway, on a report that two people were passed out in a red vehicle parked at a gas pump.
Prior to waking up the occupants, police noticed a syringe cap lying on the center console and open beer bottles in the floorboard. When Carrell stepped out of the car, police saw a small plastic baggie tied to his drawstring of his pants.
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Bond told police that she and Carrell had been living out of that vehicle for a period of time.
Police field tested the items that were found in the car and they tested positive for methamphetamine, fentanyl and Klonazepam, according to a police report.