Police: Drugs and fake money found during Albany traffic stop
A 33-year-old man has been arrested after Albany-Dougherty Drug Unit officers say he had drugs, money and a gun in his vehicle.
ADDU investigators say that the following items were recovered in the vehicle of Travis Singleton after a traffic stop on N. Slappey Blvd. on May 2.
- 55.3 grams of Powder Gray Heroin, Brown and Black Tar Heroin
- 14.2 grams ecstasy pills
- 1.2 grams methamphetamine
- 0.1 grams of marijuana
- Digital scales and other drug paraphernalia
- Firearm with an altered serial number
- $280.00 Counterfeit currency
Investigators say the combined value of the drugs was $23,152. They added that the drugs had been concealed in a object that looked like a 2-liter bottle filled with Coca-Cola.
Singleton has been charged with trafficking heroin, possession of ecstasy with intent to distribute, possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, drug related objects, failure to maintain lane, firearm with altered serial number and four counts of forgery in the 2nd degree.