CLAY COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) – A Clay County man is facing charges for what police say he took with him to the courthouse for an appearance on other charges.
According to the Indiana State Police 46-year-old, Darrell Grayless of Harmony went to the Clay County Courthouse in connection to a leaving the scene of an accident charge.
While he was waiting on his trial to start, a state trooper said he learned Grayless had an active warrant for invasion of privacy.
He was taken from the courthouse to the jail.
While there, a jail officer allegedly found paraphernalia in his jacket pocket.
He’s now facing an additional charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.