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A Man From California Wanted By The US Marshals Office Caught In Roosevelt, Ut.


Posted by Travis Uresk | Dec. 1st, 2022 | Drugs & Warrants |


By Travis Uresk

12/1/22


Roosevelt, Ut.- On 11/28/22, Officer Denver spotted a vehicle speeding into Roosevelt near Burger King on US 40. His radar in his patrol car picked up the speed as 55 MPH in a 40 MPH zone.

Officer Denver pulled the truck over at 220 South 200 East in Roosevelt. As he approached the UHAUL truck, he saw a male and a female inside. The truck had several items in the back covered with a tarp.

The male driver rolled the window down, and the Officer could smell the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle.

A check of the man's driver's license showed he was from California and he had an NCIC warrant out of California that wasn't extraditable. Still, he also had a warrant from the US Marshals Office out of Virginia, and they would extradite him on the warrant.


The affidavit didn't say what he was wanted for.

50-year-old Darrell Lee Anderson was placed under arrest on the warrants.

Inside the truck were 109.4 grams of marijuana inside a black bag and two large bowie knives inside the front of the cab within reach of Darrell.

Darrell was wearing several layers of clothing; when asked if he had anything illegal on him before he was taken to jail, Darrell stated he had nothing on him.

Officer Denver checked Darrell’s coveralls and didn’t find anything on him.

While at the jail, they found a small plastic baggie and a glass meth pipe during a more thorough search of Darrell.

Darrell Lee Anderson was charged with taking a controlled substance into a correctional facility, possessing a controlled substance, possessing a dangerous weapon by a restricted person, drug paraphernalia, and possessing methamphetamine.




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