A Missoula man on probation from a three-year deferred drug sentence in 2014 has new charges after allegedly being found with more than 60 grams of methamphetamine.
On Friday Justice of the Peace Marie Andersen set a $50,000 bail for Darrin Leland Reber, stacking it consecutively to a $20,000 bail from a warrant issued for violating his terms of probation.
Reber, 35, was arrested Thursday on the warrant after he was found by a police officer. During a search of his vehicle, officers found roughly 60 grams of meth, as well as other drugs, glass pipes and a scale, according to a court affidavit.
His new charges include felony drug possession with intent to distribute, three counts of felony drug possession, and misdemeanors for drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia.
In March 2014, Reber was arrested at a traffic stop for speeding. A search of his car found more than 25 grams of meth, as well as other drugs and paraphernalia. As part of a plea agreement, District Court Judge Karen Townsend gave Reber a three-year deferred sentence in September 2014.