Visual Obstruction Leads to Drug & Warrant Arrest
(Grand Island, NE) - A large crack in the windshield from the driver's side to the passenger side causing visual obstruction would lead to a traffic stop by Grand Island Police on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 pm. Upon stopping the car at W Hwy 30 and S North Road, both front seat occupants were making furtive movements while inside the car. The occupants of the vehicle were identified as driver David Jensen and front seat passenger Dustin Mack. It was found that Mack had an active Hall County warrant for his arrest. During a search of the front passenger floorboard area of the vehicle, a Walgreens receipt was located and wrapped with rubber bands. Inside the receipt was a small baggie with methamphetamine inside.
Mack and Jensen stated that the drugs did not belong to them. Due to Mack and Jensen denying ownership of the drugs, Mack and Jensen were both arrested and booked into Hall County Corrections. Dustin Mack was arrested for Hall County Warrant & Possession Of Controlled Substance. David Jensen was arrested for Possession Of a Controlled Substance.