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New Concord man facing drug charges

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Suspect allegedly caught with oxycodine
CAMBRIDGE, Ohio -- A chance encounter with what Guernsey County Sheriff's Detectives first thought was a disabled vehicle now has one man facing felony charges.
According to reports, Detectives first spotted the vehicle and thought it might be disabled and while passing it observed two individuals looking into the car.  The officers doubled back and the suspicious behavior continued.  Detectives then got out of their vehicle and observed on foot, while the pair place a powdery substance on a frisbee while standing behind the car.  The officers then identified themselves and one of the men reportedly threw the frisbee in the air in an attempt to destroy evidence.  Police say that residue of ground up oxycodine was later discovered on the disc.  24-year-old Eric Glass of New Concord has been charged with a felony five count of aggravated possession of drugs as a result of the incident.  Charges are also pending against a second suspect.  Glass has been released from custody on $25,000 bond.  A preliminary hearing has been set for Glass on Tuesday, December 3rd.

Bill Cassler

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