Franklin man busted for meth in contact lens case


FRANKLIN, Ind.–A Johnson County man was pulled over Tuesday for not signaling lane changes twice, but he was eventually arrested for what he tried to hide in his pants. The Johnson County Sheriff’s Office says Jason Lau, 39, of Franklin, had his pants unbuttoned when the officer stopped him.

The deputy said the man seemed to be trying to conceal drugs and/or paraphernalia on his person. After a search of the suspect, a contact lens container carrying methamphetamine was allegedly located in his pocket, along with a glass smoking pipe and a bottle of urine to pass a drug test.

Following his trip to Johnson County Jail, Lau was charged with possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia, along with a previous warrant for marijuana possession.

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