DAVID CITY – A Norfolk man was arrested in Butler County on a warrant, when authorities found a sword, several other weapons, and multiple types of drugs.
Cameron Goldman, 24, is facing two possession of a controlled substance charges, two charges for possession of a concealed weapon, and he received an additional felony charge for failing to appear in court while on bail. Butler County court records say the date for a jury trial has yet to be scheduled for the case.
Goldman was pulled over on Highway 15, in Butler County, back in March of this year, when a deputy found Goldman had a warrant active out of Madison County, says court records.
Goldman was arrested, and a search of his vehicle found 2 hydrocodone pills, a plastic container with meth inside, a glass pipe with meth residue, a total of 101 hydrochloride pills, a sword, 2 marijuanas pipes, a gas mask style pipe, a knife, 2 pistol BB guns, and brass knuckles, says an arrest affidavit.
Goldman has plead not guilty to all charges, according to court records.