A Bowie County Sheriff's Deputy Monday made a felony arrest after responding to a report of a reckless drive on east bound I-30.
BCS Deputy Scotty Taylor stopped the vehicle, a 2012 Dodge Durango, driven by 39-year-old Jeremiah Laray Cooper.
There was an open container of beer in the vehicle and Cooper's drivers license was expired and not renewable.
Taylor requested the assistance of Hooks Police Officer Rusty Hill and his K-9. A search of the vehicle revealed two plastic bags containing pseudoephedrine pills that were found in the front passenger floor area.
A total of 3,706 pseudoephedrine pills were removed from the vehicle.
Cooper was arrested for Possession or Transport Certain Chemicals with Intent to Manufacture Controlled Substance, a second degree felony. His bond was set at $50,000.
He is currently in the Bowie County Jail.