Congressman’s son arrested on drug possession charge

Congressman's son arrested drug possession

ROGERS, Ark. (AP) — Officials say an Arkansas congressman’s son with a history of drug arrests and convictions has been arrested on drug possession charges.

An arrest affidavit says police accompanied a probation officer to James Womack’s home in Rogers on Wednesday. Police said that they noticed Mr. Womack was sitting on a zipper-style eyeglass case.

Drug paraphernalia and met found in eyeglass case-police said

The affidavit says that when the case was opened, inside were found several syringes, a small glass vile and a small plastic bag containing what tested positive for meth.

Congressman's son arrested drug possession

The 34-year-old son of Republican Rep. Steve Womack was charged with possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.