ABILENE, Texas - An Abilene man was found guilty on multiple drug charges, evidence tampering and evading arrest by a grand jury Thursday.
According to court records, Anthony Jordan Enos, 46, of Abilene, was indicted on four counts of charges -- first degree felony possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver, possession of methamphetamine, third degree felony tampering with evidence and third degree felony evading arrest.
According to court documents, Enos was arrested back in May of this year. Police pulled Enos over after identifying him as having multiple warrants. Enos led police on a chase. The report states that Enos and the other passenger in the car threw a package of 6.88 grams of methamphetamine from the vehicle.
Court records state that once police were able to stop the vehicle, both Enos and his passenger admitted to having used methamphetamine. But, neither would admit to throwing the methamphetamine from the vehicle or who it belonged to. Police also found a pipe in the car.
Enos is being held at the Taylor County Jail on the four counts of charges in addition to previous charges. His bonds totaling $197,750.
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