Holmes County Sheriff's Office charge three with possession of meth in separate arrests

William Yarbrough, Paul Vaughan, and April Davis are facing drug related charges in unrelated arrests. (WJHG/WECP)

HOLMES COUNTY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - Holmes County Sheriff’s Deputies have charged three with possession of methamphetamine in unrelated arrests.

The first arrest was the morning of Wednesday, July 3rd. Deputies say that while conducting a traffic stop of William Yarbrough, 43, of Westville, Yarbrough pulled out a shard of meth and handed it to the deputy after being asked if there was anything illegal in the car.

Yarbrough was charged with possession of methamphetamine and violation of state probation.

The second arrest was made Wednesday afternoon. Deputies say they pulled over Paul Vaughan, 40, of Geneva, Alabama. Deputies say that they discovered that Vaughan did not have a valid driver license and had an active warrant from Holmes County. Deputies say a container with meth fell from Vaughan's lap when he was exiting the vehicle.

Vaughan was arrested on the existing warrant charged with possession of methamphetamine.

The third arrest was made on Saturday, July 6. A deputy pulled over April Davis, 34, of DeFuniak Springs. Deputies discovered that Davis did not have a valid driver license. After a search of Davis' car, deputies say they found meth.

Davis was charged with possession of methamphetamine and driving while license suspended.

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