A Salem man had a warrant issued for his arrest Tuesday resulting from drugs being found during a vehicle stop, according to documents filed in circuit court.

Ricky L. Miner, 61, is charged with felony counts of delivery of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance as well as one misdemeanor count of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. His bond was set at $50,000.

A vehicle Miner was operating in Salem was pulled over by a highway patrol trooper on Monday for lane violations and not using a turn signal, according to the case’s probable cause statement. The statement says the trooper suspected methamphetamine use due to Miner displaying signs of nervousness, being jittery and not having any teeth. An ensuing search of the vehicle located 10 baggies containing a white crystalline substance, three glass pipes with burnt residue, a scale coated in residue and five white oval pills marked with “T 259.”

The statement says when asked if the contraband was his Miner claimed the scale but denied ownership of the suspected meth.

The statement concludes by stating Miner was on probation/parole at the time stemming from a murder charge.