WESTPORT, Conn. – A Westport man has been charged with two counts of possession of narcotics stemming from an August traffic stop, according to police.
On Monday, Nov. 9, police officers served a narcotics violation arrest warrant to Brendon Davidson, 31, at his home in Westport, officials report.
The arrest warrant stemmed from a motor vehicle stop back in August, in which officers located three syringes containing residue and liquid in the vehicle, according to officials.
Suspecting that the needles contained narcotics, police seized them and sent them to the state lab for testing, officials report.
The test result from the state lab indicates that the fluids in the needles were heroin and cocaine, police report.
After his arrest, Davidson posted $5,000 bond and was assigned a date of Nov. 19 at Norwalk Court.
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