by Emily Waldrep
A verbal disturbance Thursday, October 4 led to the arrest of a Woodville man for several different drug charges. Sergeant Lawrance Hicks of the Woodville Police Department arrived on South Beech Street to investigate the disturbance call and was advised that the person involved had just left the home. Officers located and detained the person, later identified as Micha Sky Kibler, age 28 of Woodville.
During the interview, Sgt. Hicks obtained information that led him to believe that Kibler had narcotics in his possession.
"Officers obtained consent to search the vehicle and located a backpack inside that contained narcotics," Woodville Police Captain Mike McCulley said. "Officers recovered approximately one gram of methamphetamine, a large baggie containing prescription type tablets along with several items of Drug Paraphernalia, including syringes."
Kibler was charged with Possession of a controlled substance (penalty group 1), less than one gram, Possession of a Controlled Substance (penalty group 3), more than 3 grams and less than 28 grams and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
On October 6, Sgt. Hicks was contacted by jail staff and reported that Kibler was found to be in possession of an prohibited item while still in jail. Kibler was additionally charged with Possession of Prohibited Items in a Correction Facility, which is a third degree felony.
Kiblers bond was set at $45,000 for all charges.