Fugitive Felon Arrested During Traffic Stop with a Smorgasbord of DrugsPress Release
SAN ANGELO, TX – On July 30 Tom Green County Sheriff's Deputies conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle off US Highway 67 North while on patrol.
During the traffic stop the driver, later identified as David Ochampaugh, was found to have two outstanding Tom Green County felony warrants.
Ochampaugh was immediately arrested without incident, and a probable cause search of his vehicle was conducted.
A search of the vehicle yielded approximately 58.7 grams methamphetamine, 7.2 grams Adderall, 17.1 grams MDMA, and .08 ounces of marijuana.
TGCSO Deputies also located various articles of drug paraphernalia inside the vehicle during their search.
On Thursday David Ochampaugh, 38, was arrested on scene for Manufacturing and Deliver of CS PG 1 >=4G<200G a 1st Degree Felony, Manufacturing and Deliver of CS PG 2 or 2-A>=4G<400G a 1st Degree Felony, Possession of Marijuana < 2oz a Class B Misdemeanor, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia including multiple local Warrants.
Ochampaugh's bond is currently set at $101,000.00.
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