Officers from the Auburn Police Department were dispatched to Parks Mill road on Jan. 23, in reference to a domestic dispute. The victim stated that her jealous ex-boyfriend was at her residence and banging on the front door.
The victim claims that the ex, later identified as Henry Aikens, left abruptly and was heading toward city hall.
Police located the suspects vehicle and made a traffic stop near Cheyenne Way.
Aiken was asked to step out of his vehicle and was patted down by police. When asked if he had any weapons Aiken said, “no” but soon after a pocket-knife was found in his left front pocket.
Officers asked Aiken if they could search his vehicle and Aiken said that he had a problem with that because he had a loaded pistol under his front seat.
Officers explained that they would be taking possession of the pistol for their safety and asked Aiken if they could search the rest of the vehicle to which Aiken agreed.
Police then found black digital scales which had a residue on them believed to be methamphetamine and police also located a black ski-mask and a pair of black latex gloves.
After searching the console of the vehicle police then discovered a bottle with 54 yellow pills in it prescribed to someone other than Aiken. He later admitted these pills were Alprazolam.
Aiken was then placed under arrest for possession of a firearm while committing a crime, possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute and possession of drug related objects.
After arriving at the Barrow County Detention center Aiken admitted that he recently snorted methamphetamines and had also taken Alprazolam without a prescription.