A Bozeman man is behind bars and facing drug charges after being arrested with approximately half-pound of meth.
Edward P. Ellington, 37, was arrested on Saturday after being stopped for a traffic violation.
Charging documents state that Ellington was traveling from Spokane to Bozeman.
According to the drug task force, the meth has a street value of between $22,000 and $24,000.
The traffic stop occurred prior to the Gallatin County line in Broadwater County.
A search of the vehicle reportedly revealed the methamphetamine, a meth pipe, and a meth bong.
Bond was set for Ellington at $150,000 on Monday and his case has been moved to district court.
Ellington was charged with possession with intent to distribute, a felony, and possession of dangerous drugs paraphernalia.
Ellington was on a suspended sentence for assault, sentenced on March 29, 2017, and will be revoked.
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