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On May 11, a Navarro County game warden was patrolling around Richland Chambers Reservoir when he noticed a person fishing near one of the boat ramps.

According to Texas Parks and Wildlife Department's law enforcement reports, as the warden approached, the man fishing confessed, “I’m not going to lie to you, I don’t have a fishing license.” That proved to be the extent of his truthfulness.

Actually, he didn’t have any identification and couldn’t recall the name of the person who owned the vehicle he was driving. The man also claimed he no longer had anything illegal left on his person or in the vehicle.

Afterwards, during a probable cause search of his person and the vehicle, multiple illegal narcotics and paraphernalia items were discovered.

The subject, Jonathan Terrel Lindsey, 31, was arrested and transported to the Navarro County Jail on several drug-related offenses. He was also cited for not having a fishing license.

Lindsey was charged with manufacture/delivery of controlled substance, penalty group one, over one gram under four grams and manufacture/delivery of controlled substance, not in a penalty group, with bonds totaling $33,000.

On May 11, a Navarro County game warden was patrolling around Richland Chambers Reservoir when he noticed a person fishing near one of the boat ramps.

As the warden approached, the man fishing confessed, “I’m not going to lie to you, I don’t have a fishing license.” That proved to be the extent of his truthfulness.

Actually, he didn’t have any identification and couldn’t recall the name of the person who owned the vehicle he was driving. The man also claimed he no longer had anything illegal left on his person or in the vehicle.

Afterwards, during a probable cause search of his person and the vehicle, multiple illegal narcotics and paraphernalia items were discovered.

The subject, Jonathan Terrel Lindsey, 31, was arrested and transported to the Navarro County Jail on several drug-related offenses. He was also cited for not having a fishing license.

Lindsey was charged with manufacture/delivery of controlled substance, penalty group one, over one gram under four grams and manufacture/delivery of controlled substance, not in a penalty group, with bonds totaling $33,000.

Courtesy of Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement report for May 31, 2019