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Odessa Man Behind Bars on Multiple Charges

ODESSA, TX (KWES) -

Odessa Police arrested a man accused of multiple crimes, following a routine traffic stop.

Randy Ramsey, 42, was pulled  over Friday morning for driving 14 miles over the speed limit in the 1700 block of East 87th Avenue.

Police discovered Ramsey had three outstanding misdemeanor warrants.

He was arrested for his warrants and taken to Ector County Jail.

Police say they later found cocaine in Ramsey's car.

He told police he had planned on licking the cocaine from the bag.

Ramsey was charged for tampering with physical evidence and possession of cocaine.

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