A Phoenixville man is in Chester County Prison after police say he was arrested with crack cocaine he intended to sell.
According to court documents, Jason Monroe Flagg, 23, was pulled over on the evening of January 2 by a Phoenixville Police officer who recognized him and knew he was driving his Ford Taurus on a suspended license.
A subsequent search of the vehicle turned up a glass pipe the officer believed was used to smoke marijuana and multiple plastic baggies in the glove box. After the vehicle was towed and Flagg was taken to the station, a search of his person turned up more contraband. Tucked into his flannel underwear, the man carried two plastic bags: one that contained four separate bags of crack cocaine and a second that contained marijuana.
Flagg was also found to be in possession of $467 cash.
Jason Flagg was charged with a felony count of possession of narcotics with intent to deliver, four misdemeanor drug charges, and driving with a suspended license. He faces preliminary hearing on January 10.