BILOXI, MS (WLOX) - Coast radio personality Denver Crabb is facing drug-related charges after a traffic stop.
Officials tell us an officer pulled Crabb over after he failed to use a turn signal when turning into a parking lot in Biloxi on Sunday. According to court documents obtained by WLOX-TV, Crabb was driving with a suspended license. Once he was in handcuffs, the arresting officer found a partially burnt glass pipe and a crystal-like substance on him. That substance later tested positive for methamphetamine and weighed about one gram.
Harrison County Justice Court Judge ordered a $5,000 bond for Crabb for possession of a controlled substance: methamphetamine.
South Mississippi residents may know Crabb as the second half of the radio show Denver Crabb and Riley on 97.9 CPR.