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Huntington police find synthetic marijuana after responding to a traffic accident

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According to police records, the Huntington Police Dept. responded to an accident on I-64 near an exit ramp on March 5.

When police arrived on the scene, the found William Bailey, the driver of the vehicle, and described him as having slurred speech, acting paranoid, defiant and combative.

Bailey refused to leave the vehicle and police used a wristlock to pull him from the vehicle and handcuff him.

Records say police noticed Bailey holding his right hand under the seat until he was removed.

They found an open folding knife under the seat.  Police also found synthetic marijuana and paraphernalia in the car.

Bailey was taken to the HPD and charged with driving under the influence of drugs, obstructing and driving without insurance.

Bailey is being held in Western Regional Jail.