A Hopkinsville man was arrested by Kentucky State Police in Hopkins County Monday on charges of trafficking in methamphetamine and DUI.
According to a news release, a trooper initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle operated by 37-year old Michael Wimberly of Hopkinsville that was observed allegedly driving carelessly and with only one headlight. Upon making contact with Wimberly, the trooper reportedly smelled a strong odor of alcohol on his person. After sobriety tests were conducted, it was determined that he was driving under the influence.
A search of the vehicle reportedly revealed marijuana, an open alcohol container and several plastic baggies containing meth.
Wimberly was arrested and charged with trafficking in meth, trafficking in marijuana, possession of meth and marijuana, DUI, possession of an open alcohol container, failure to provide insurance, careless driving and one headlight.