A 41-year-old Helena man is dealing with a number of felony prices after a crash on Freeway 12 in Might.
Winchester Wiseman is charged with felony heroin possession with intent to distribute, felony meth possession, felony illegal possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, misdemeanor DUI (second offense), misdemeanor illegal possession of open alcohol container in a car, misdemeanor driving with a suspended license and misdemeanor paraphernalia possession.
On Might 30, regulation enforcement officers have been dispatched to U.S. Freeway 12 for reviews of a small crimson car driving uncontrolled and crashing right into a guardrail close to MacDonald Move. The car was positioned and pulled over. Wiseman was discovered to be the motive force.
The defendant reportedly admitted to crashing into the guardrail. He smelled of alcohol however advised authorities that he had not been consuming. A preliminary breath take a look at indicated a 0.011 breath-alcohol content material. The defendant was additionally discovered to have roughly $4,000 money in his pocket. A search warrant was granted for a blood pattern, which confirmed traces of methamphetamine in his system.
Probation and parole approved a search of the car. Within the car regulation enforcement discovered a Smith and Wesson MP40 handgun that was reported stolen out of Nice Falls. Additionally they discovered eight grams of heroin, 5 grams of meth, eight blue capsules and varied paraphernalia objects.
All charged are presumed harmless till confirmed responsible.