Traffic Stop Leads to Arrest in Celina

Steven Reams
Staff Writer

A traffic stop in Celina lead to drug arrests on Saturday.
On Saturday, Celina Police Ptl. Jeremy Kerr conducted a traffic stop on a red 2013 Dodge on Warren Street just off South Main Street. The stop was for speed and failure to display a license plate. When Ptl. Kerr first attempted the stop in the 200 block of South Main Street, a white object was thrown from the car.
The driver was identified as Steven C. Reams, 49, of 148 Meyer Road, Celina. The passenger was identified as Dillon E. Parlow, 26, of 1100 Myers Road, Apt. 23, Celina.
The white object was recovered and found to be a golf ball size rock of suspected methamphetamine. It weighed approximately 34 grams. Reams was arrested for possession of the meth and held on $50,000 bond at the Mercer County Jail per Judge Speelman.
The passenger was found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia and was issued a summons at the scene to appear in court.
The report was referred to the Mercer County Prosecutor Matthew K. Fox for review and prosecution.