Driver arrested after two pounds of pot found in vehicle

Jennings County Sheriff’s Department police dog Vampir with evidence. Photo courtesy of the sheriff’s department.
Corey Rayl. Photo courtesy of Jennings County Sheriff’s Department.

A Seymour driver allegedly admitted to taking meth and marijuana before hitting the road in Jennings County with two pounds of marijuana in his vehicle.

Witnesses reported a vehicle weaving over the centerline, into a ditch and all over the road on Commiskey Pike at about 10:13 Friday night. A Jennings County deputy found the car on State Road 3 near County Road 750S and the driver crossed the center and drove the deputy off the road, according to police reports.

The deputy pulled the vehicle a police dog smelled drugs inside. A search revealed methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and the large amount of marijuana inside the vehicle.

The driver, 28 year old Corey Rayl, allegedly admitted to taking the drugs and was arrested on preliminary charges including dealing marijuana, possession of methamphetamine and marijuana, driving while suspended, false informing, operating a vehicle while intoxicated and leaving the scene of an accident.