Kentucky driver hands over bag of meth, fentanyl, $3K when cops ask for ID

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A Kentucky man was asked to show his identification by a police officer and removed a bag of drugs and a wad of cash.

David Ratliff, 43, passed out Friday behind the wheel of his car in a video store parking lot on Route 421 in Manchester, about 100 miles south of Lexington.

When police arrived on the scene and asked the drug-addicted Ratliff for identification, he pulled out “a bag of meth and pills, and a large amount of U.S. currency.” According to the Clay County Sheriff’s Office.

David Ratliff, 43, was arrested after police responded to a call of a man passed out behind the wheel in a parking lot. Clay County Sheriff’s Office/Facebook

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He was found with methamphetamine, fentanyl, and more than $3,000 in cash. Clay County Sheriff’s Office/Facebook

Police determined he was in possession of nine grams of meth, several fentanyl pills and $3,034 in cash.

He was arrested on charges of trafficking in a controlled substance and public intoxication.

He was taken to the Clay County Detention Center.