Abilene teen arrested during routine traffic stop suspected of trying to sell MDMA pills

Abraham Sade Kollie

A routine traffic stop led to the arrest of an Abilene teenager on Wednesday night.

Abraham Sade Kollie, 17, of Abilene, was driving alone in a car without a front or back license plate in the 900 block of North Pioneer Drive.

During the traffic stop, a free air sniff was done by a K-9 and the police officer on scene was alerted of an odor of narcotics.

As Kollie was being searched, a single .38 special round was located and he stated that there was a gun in the car.

As the vehicle that Kollie was driving was being searched, multiple items were located.

A revolver that matched the round in Kollie’s pocket was found in the vehicle.

Various pills were located in the vehicle, which tested positive for MDMA.

The total weight of the pills found in the vehicle was 55.9 grams, including the bags that they were packaged in, leading the police officer to believe that Kollie was intending to sell the pills.

Three small amounts of marijuana of less than 2 ounces were also located in the vehicle.

Kollie is charged with manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana and unlawful carrying of a weapon.

Kollie is being held at the Taylor County Jail on bonds totaling $27,750.

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