DUI stop in SeaTac leads to narcotics arrest

SeaTac Police are reporting that on Nov. 3 at about 2:20 a.m., Deputy Pat Kelly saw a car moving at very slow speeds on International Blvd. approaching S. 188th Street.

Kelly could see that the driver of the vehicle was asleep or passed out behind the wheel.

The car moved slowly through the red light at S. 188th Street, jumped the curb at the gas station and continued to roll toward the fence in the lot.

Using his siren, Deputy Kelly was able to get the driver to wake up and stop the car before hitting anything.

The driver was initially arrested for DUI but was booked into King County Jail for narcotics violations after Deputy Kelly found 22 grams of heroin, 19.8 grams of crack cocaine, 7.9 grams of cocaine and 14 oxycodone pills in his pockets.

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