Livingston County Sheriff’s office finds 11 bags of meth, cash and distribution equipment during traffic stop

Randy Ray

Authorities in Livingston County report that after a traffic stop, there was a seizure of 11bags of alleged methamphetamine, distribution equipment, and nearly $4,200 in cash.

A Chillicothe resident now faces a drug charge after his initial arrest on a warrant for an alleged assault in the third degree from a January 3rd incident. 36-year-old Randy Ray Campbell was arrested for assault with bond set at $7,000.

It was on Saturday when Livingston County Deputy Ryan Ford stopped a vehicle driven by Campbell. As a result of the stop and further investigation, the Sheriff’s Office reports it has seized 11 bags of alleged methamphetamine, a small amount of marijuana, distribution equipment and a large amount of cash.

Campbell faces an additional charge of alleged distribution of a controlled substance –methamphetamine. That bond was set at $20,000 and Campbell is held at the Daviess-Dekalb Regional Jail. He’s to appear in Associate Division of the circuit court on Wednesday.

Sheriff Steve Cox reports his office also is seeking civil forfeiture on the cash.