Multiple drug related charges were filed against two Murfreesboro men after a traffic stop on Mercury Boulevard. Police say they stopped Adam Winfrey after he failed to obey a traffic sign and was not wearing a safety belt. Once pulled over, front seat passenger Bradley Lesniewski allegedly refused to remove his right arm from behind his back. He was eventually pulled from the truck and forced onto the ground. He later admitted to "eating" two "Roxy's." A "Roxy" is a pain killer and the full name is Roxicodone. It is used to treat moderate to severe pain and is sometimes used before surgery to sedate the patient and reduce fear.
As an ambulance was nearing to treat Lesniewski for ingesting two Roxy's, police found a loaded syringe on the ground near the vehicle and a second syringe on the passenger floor board. Two digital scales were also located in the truck. A burnt can was found in the glove box and a used marijuana joint was on the dash. Winfrey, the driver of the truck told police all of the illegal contraband belonged to his passenger, Lesniewski.
Police then spoke to Winfrey's probation officer and within seconds, officers had permission to read several text messages on Winfrey's phone. The report that WGNS obtained stated, "A consensual search of his phone revealed several txt messages pertaining to narcotics sales." One message to a "Brad L." stated, "Well, my check comes tomorrow and I'm picking up a half ounce of tar. So it's already set in stone to get. So I'll be straight tomorrow."
Both Winfrey and Lesniewski were arrested and transported to the local jail. As far as Lesniewski's ingestion of the Roxy's, he was medically cleared prior to being taken to the local jail.
Charges against 29 year old Adam Winfrey:
- Driving on a Suspended License
- Simple Possession of a Schedule 6 Drug
- Drug Equipment Violations
Charges against 36-year old Bradley Lesniewski:
- Tampering with evidence
- Resisting arrest
- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
MPD Arrest Report #15-0002353