Traffic Stop Yields Arrest and Medical Emergency
A hit and run incident at Atwoods in Monticello was dispatched out to law enforcement on April 24th at approximately 6:00 PM. Deputy Tyler Grant observed the vehicle traveling on Jordan Drive and initiated the traffic stop. When Deputy Grant approached the vehicle he observed a white female and two white males, later identified as Traci Mosier, Christopher Reed and Brian Foshee.
During the incident, Christopher Reed, 34, of Drew County, became upset and severely cut his own wrist. First aid was given to Reed at the scene until an ambulance arrived and transported him to Drew Memorial. Members of the Monticello Police Department, Arkansas State Police and other Drew County deputies had arrived on scene to assist. In the vehicle was a small clear bag with a white crystal substance believed to be methamphetamines.
Traci Mosier, 38, of Drew County was arrested on an outstanding hot check warrant and was charged with possession of a controlled substance and driving on suspended driver’s license. Chris Reed will also be charged with possession of a controlled substance when released from medical care.