Norfolk Police Division

NORFOLK - A Norfolk man was arrested after police found drugs in a vehicle Wednesday afternoon.

According to Captain Chad Reiman, Norfolk Police were dispatched to Ta Ha Zouka Park for a suspicious person call.

The reporting party believed they observed two men in a vehicle smoking from a glass pipe.

Officers approached the vehicle and had contact with the two men, and the door of the vehicle was open and the officers could see a glass pipe containing a white substance on the center console of the vehicle.

Sixty-year-old Mark Vereen advised the items were his.

The substance in the glass pipe field tested positive for methamphetamine.

Vereen was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and booked into the Norfolk City Jail. He was later transported to the Madison County Jail.

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