HENDERSON — A Caroline County deputy sheriff on Oct. 12 arrested a Henderson man on drug charges.
According to a news release, a deputy patrolling in the area of Henderson Road and Cook Street saw a man walking and swaying on the shoulder of the road. Police said he appeared to be under the influence and was walking into the travel portion of Henderson Road with traffic in the area.
Police said the man was identified as Timothy Weins Sr., 62, of Henderson. Police said he had a large, straight blade knife and kept reaching for his pockets.
According to police, Weins emptied his pockets on the hood of the deputy's patrol car., The deputy found a folded piece of paper with suspected methamphetamine residue, police said.
Weins was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance (not marijuana) and possession of CDS paraphernalia.
He initially held on $5,000 bond at the Caroline County Detention Center in Denton. He was released on personal recognizance Oct. 15, following a bail review hearing in Caroline County District Court, according to online court records.