Long list of charges for Memphis man
Case of speeding esclalates into more than a dozen charges
email@example.com A Memphis man found himself in the Crittenden County Jail early Monday morning after a simple stop for speeding by West Memphis police turned into a laundry list of charges.
Tristan Haynes, 37, of Memphis, Tennessee, was arrested a little after 1 a.m.
Monday after police attempted to pull Haynes over for speeding. He attempted to evade police but was ultimately stopped and detained.
It turned out that Haynes had reason to be reluctant to stop as he was carrying a number of illegal drugs and did not have a valid driver’s license or insurance and he was under the influence, with children in the vehicle.
Haynes is now facing no less than 18 charges, including:
• Reckless Driving
• No Proof of Liability Insurance
• Driving While License Cancelled, Suspended or Revoked
• Refusal to Submit to BAC
• Furninshing Prohibited Articles
• Felony Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
• Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance • Possession of a Schedule IV or V Controlled Substance (28 grams or less)
• Possession of a Schedule I or II Controlled Substance (not Meth or Cocaine) with the Purpose to Deliver
• Possession of a Schedule IV or V Controlled Substance with the Purpose to Deliver
• Possession Meth or Cocaine with the Purpose to Deliver (between 10 and 200 grams)
• Possession of a Schedule IV Controlled Substance (4 ounces or less)
• Possession of a Schedule I or II Controlled Substance (200 grams or less)
• Two Counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Minor under the Age of 10
• Two Counts of First Degree Risk of Death or Physical Injury of a Minor under the Age of 10
Haynes remains in custody at the Crittenden County Detention Center awaiting a plea and arraignment hearing.