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Traffic Stop For No Headlights Leads To Drug Dealing Arrest

The substance was later identified as methamphetamine.

(Madison, Ind.) – On November 18, Madison Police Patrolman Jared Sweet initiated a traffic stop at Main and West Streets for the vehicle's headlight being out.

The driver of the vehicle was identified as Victory (Vic) Wynn, 52, of Madison, a drivers license check revealed that Wynn was operating a motor vehicle without ever obtaining a driver’s license.

Officer Sweet removed Wynn from his vehicle when he noted furtive movement. A subsequent search of Wynn’s person and vehicle found him to be in possession of a small plastic bag containing a white substance.

The substance was later identified as methamphetamine.

In addition to the methamphetamine, officers found Wynn to be in possession of paraphernalia associated with dealing narcotics, marijuana, and a syringe.

Wynn was arrested and face preliminary alleged charges of operating without ever having a license (class A misdemeanor), possession of methamphetamine (class A misdemeanor), manufacturing or dealing methamphetamine (level 3 felony), possession of methamphetamine (level 3 felony), dealing marijuana (level 5 felony), possession of syringe (level 6 felony) and possession of marijuana (level 6 felony).

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