MugSHot_Nason Hamilton IIIA traffic stop by County Police Officer Bragg landed an Indianapolis man in jail.

On Saturday, November 7, at approximately 12:35 A.M. Deputy Bragg conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle on U.S. 31 in the area of Plymouth – Goshen Trail.   The driver, 25 year old Nason Hamilton the III of Indianapolis, was found to have a suspended license.  He was also in possession of marijuana, and was determined to be operating the vehicle while intoxicated.

Hamilton was arrested for Driving While Suspended with a Prior, Possession of Marijuana, and Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated – Endangering Another Person. His cash bond was set at $2,005.


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