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Nervous Driver Kept Crack in a Pack of Cigarettes: Police

A 28-year-old Alsip man is facing felony drug charges after a traffic stop on Jan. 9.

Scott R. Pizer, 28, of Alsip | Credit: Cook County Sheriff's Office
Scott R. Pizer, 28, of Alsip | Credit: Cook County Sheriff's Office

An Alsip man facing two felony drug charges appeared nervous during traffic stop, Evergreen Park police said.

Scott R. Pizer, 28, of the 1900 block of South Tripp, is accused of having 2.7 grams of heroin and 0.4 grams of crack cocaine in several ziplock bags when police stopped him on Jan. 9, according to a report.

Bail was set at $50,000, according to the Cook County Sheriff’s website.

Police said they stopped Pizer at about 2:07 p.m. near 101st and Western after he appeared to be having trouble staying in his lane. He appeared to be nervous when speaking with police. Officers recovered the bags of drops in a cigarette pack inside his coat pocket.

Police also cited him for improper lane use and having an obstructed windshield, according to the report.

Pizer is due on Feb. 3 in Bridgeview court.

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