Henderson County Deputies were looking Sunday afternoon for a woman wanted on outstanding warrants when they found and arrested a man with methamphetamines and several pipes used to smoke illegal drugs.
“Our team is always on the lookout for those carrying, using or selling illegal drugs and in this case, their solid work put one in jail,” Sheriff Botie Hillhouse said.
Gary Dewayne Ramsey, 42 of Kemp was arrested in a camper trailer behind a home on Spring Velley Drive in the Seven Points area.
Deputies Daniel Wright and Christian Hill initially went to the scene to arrest a wanted woman.
Instead, they found Ramsey. A glass pipe was initially discovered inside the camper.
As the suspect was questioned and detained, another glass pipe and a metal pipe were found in two pant pockets as was a plastic baggie containing a crystal-like substance believed to be methamphetamine.
He was charged with possession of an illegal drug and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Ramsey was also wanted by the Seven Points Police Department for an outstanding warrant.