Hood County Sheriff's Office

A 34-year-old Granbury man was charged with multiple criminal offenses including three felony counts after being arrested Tuesday, Nov. 9 by Hood County Sheriff’s Office deputies, who reported finding him in possession of more than 100 grams of methamphetamine, Lt. Johnny Rose stated in an email.

Kody Lee Lewis was taken into custody during a traffic stop at about 11:45 p.m. in the 2500 block of Mambrino Highway, Rose noted.

Rose stated that during the stop “Lewis threw a bag of meth from his vehicle and was found to be in possession of over 106 grams of meth, over 9 ounces of marijuana, several MDMA (ecstasy) pills, and a 9mm pistol. Lewis also resisted arrest while he was being handcuffed, but no one was injured during the scuffle.”

Lewis was booked into the Hood County Jail on two counts of manufacture-delivery of a controlled substance (first-degree felony charge, $50,000 bond); tampering with evidence (third-degree felony, $10,000 bond); felon in possession of a firearm (third-degree felony, $10,000 bond); possession of marijuana (state jail felony, $5,000 bond); and resisting arrest (Class A misdemeanor, $2,500 bond).