A North Augusta man was arrested on Thursday after Aiken County Sheriff’s Office deputies discovered he was driving with a suspended license and without vehicle insurance.
Christopher Glenn, 43, of 329 Second Ave. in North Augusta, is charged with driving without proof of insurance, driving under suspension and possession of a controlled substance.
He is currently being held in the Aiken County detention center, according to jail records.
While on patrol on Belvedere Road at Church Street in Clearwater, a deputy noticed Glenn’s vehicle displayed a vehicle tag showing a date of Sept. 10, 2015, according to an incident report.
The deputy pulled Glenn over, and upon initial contact, Glenn told the deputy that he left his driver’s license at his home, had a bill of sale on the vehicle and was driving without insurance, the report states.
The deputy also found Glenn’s license had been suspended, and upon a search of Glenn’s vehicle, the deputy found a green pack of cigarettes containing five white pills, thought to be Percocet, with the No. 325 marking, according to the report.
Glenn told deputies the pills weren’t his and they belonged to his girlfriend, who was not present in the vehicle, the report states.