Although there is an ongoing investigation, Brazil City Police Department Captain Terry Harrison and Police Chief Dave Archer were able to share some preliminary details with The Brazil Times.
Patrolman Jeremy Mace's officers pulled over a vehicle driven by Tom L. Borders, 46, in an area near the intersection of Ridge and Walnut streets shortly before 10 p.m., Monday.
According to officials and charging documentation at the Clay County Justice Center, during the stop Borders failed a field sobriety test performed Clay County Sheriff's Deputy James Switzer.
Afterwards, Borders refused to participate in chemical testing.
Borders was also found to be in possession of alleged drug paraphernalia and a large amount of cash.
Officers took Borders into custody and transported him to the CCJC on preliminary charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, refusal.
A passenger in the vehicle was apparently questioned and later released.
Meanwhile, officers used the information gathered during the traffic stop to obtain a search warrant for Borders' undisclosed Brazil residence.
During the search, officers from the BCPD and the Clay County Sheriff's Department located two individuals, Cassandra McDaniel and Tabitha Golden, inside the home where officers discovered an undisclosed amount of drugs and paraphernalia.
He was processed with a $50,000 cash bond (no 10 percent allowed) for the drug related charges and a $7,000 cash bond (with 10 percent allowed) for the OVWI charge.
Golden and McDaniel were arrested and transported to the Clay County Justice Center for booking.
Also facing a $50,000 cash bond (no 10 percent allowed), Golden was preliminary charged with dealing methamphetamine, possession of paraphernalia and maintaining a common nuisance.