CUMMING, Ga. — A sheriff’s deputy arrested a man for possession of suspected methamphetamine following a traffic stop on Pilgrim Mill Road May 30.

The deputy reported he noticed a black Jeep Grand Cherokee speeding near a part of the road under construction. The deputy ran the tag number and discovered the vehicle had an expired registration and no valid insurance.

After initiating a traffic stop, the deputy noticed a white object drop out of the vehicle onto the ground. When the deputy approached the vehicle, he examined the packet and found it to contain what he believed was methamphetamine. The male driver was quickly handcuffed and placed under arrest for possession of illegal narcotics. He was then transported to the Forsyth County Jail.

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