SHOW LOW — A local man faces the possibility of years in prison at the worst and/or intense probation at best for serious drug offenses.

Show Low resident David Ramsey, 50, was arrested Sunday, June 20 a little before 1 p.m. charged with possession of dangerous drugs (crystal methamphetamine), possession of dangerous drugs for sale, transportation of dangerous drugs, possession of narcotic drugs (fentanyl), and possession of dangerous drug paraphernalia.

A press release from Navajo County Sherif’s Office Public Information Officer Tori Gorman stated that Ramsey was stopped by deputies on U.S. 60 near milepost 342 on a routine violation.

Gorman said that when deputies searched Ramsey’s vehicle they allegedly found 10 grams of meth with an estimated black market value of approximately $1,900, along with 23 fentanyl pills with estimated black market value of approximately $247.

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