A Bridgeport man faces drug charges after police say he was busted in the borough with marijuana and a commonly abused anxiety medication.
Michael Patrick Livingston, 31, was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance and additional counts of manufacturing a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia stemming from the November 21 incident.
According to court documents, a Phoenixville Police officer on patrol saw Livingston and another man in the parking lot on the rear of the Mainstay Inn. The officer smelled burnt marijuana and saw Livingston put a glass pipe in his coat pocket.
When Livingston was searched, the officer found him to be in possession of a clear plastic baggie that contained what the officer believed to be marijuana as well as eight and a half Lorazepam pills and rolling papers.
Livingston was arrested, processed, and released. He has a preliminary hearing scheduled for December 27.