34-year-old Brady Gordon Cunningham of Woodbury is charged with Introduction Of A Controlled Substance into a penal institution where prisoners are quartered. His bond is $1,500 and he will be in court on February 2.
Cunningham was arrested by the Smithville Police Department on Saturday, January 21 and brought to the sheriff's department. While correctional officers were searching Cunningham, they found on him a prescription bottle that contained three yellow pills believed to be Hydrocodone with Ibuprofen. These pills were in a bottle that did not belong to Cunningham.
Smithville Police apparently solved a Wilson County auto theft when they arrested Cunningham.
According to wjle.com, Cunningham was arrested and charged with Possession Of Stolen Property, DUI 2nd Offense and Driving On A Revoked License. In addition he also faces an auto theft charge in Lebanon.
Allegedly the heads up call was made after Cunningham stopped in Alexandria to get gas. Someone paid him a compliment on the truck to which Cunningham replied that he had just stolen it. After Cunningham had reached Smithville he was pulled over.
The officer noted that Cunningham had slurred speech and after further sobriety tests in which he performed poorly on the arrest was made. After running the license tag on the truck it came back being registered to a Honda Car. An internet search was done and found that the truck came from a Hwy 231 auto dealership in Lebanon.
He will answer to all the charges in DeKalb County Court on Thursday, Feburary 2. Cunningham is scheduled to appear in Cannon County General Sessions Court on Feb. 22 on the VOP charge.