Officers continued to search the vehicle, and found a brown plastic bag in the center console that contained other small baggies with white/crystal powder substance on some, a scale in the compartment under the stereo, and a phone in the cup holder, the affidavit said.
Lane was taken to the Clark County Jail and booked on possession of drugs, possession of criminal tools and trafficking in drugs.
In May, officers were patrolling the area of West Glenwood and Woodward avenues when they saw Lane driving a GMC Terrain and attempted to conduct a traffic stop, according to an affidavit filed in this case.
“Due to prior knowledge of Lane, he was known to not have a valid driver’s license,” the affidavit said.
When officers turned on their overhead lights, Lane started to pull to the curb on South Fountain Avenue, but then pulled away and continued north.
“Lane started gaining speed and turned onto West Glenwood Avenue,” the affidavit said. “Once it was apparent that Lane was not going to stop his vehicle, (officers) turned off (their) overhead lights and siren.”
A warrant was then requested for Lane for failure to comply with the order or signal of a police officer and driving without a valid driver’s license.