Nebraska City Traffic Stops Yield Two Arrests For Meth

NEBRASKA CITY – Nebraska City police have made two methamphetamine arrests following traffic stops June 25 and July 5.

Police report pulling over a car with no license plates and say they ordered a tow after learning the driver and a passenger did not have valid driver’s licenses.

During a pre-tow search of the vehicle, police found several small bags of a substance that field tested for meth. An arrest affidavit says the driver, 22-year-old Jarrett Nelson of Dunbar, also had meth in his pants pocket.

Shortly after midnight on July 5, police received a report that a car had nearly struck some pedestrians.

Police conducted a traffic stop and arrested Enrique Aldana, 39, of Nebraska City on a 2016 warrant related to a child support judgment. Police say meth was found in his pants pocket.

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