A wanted Nacogdoches man’s creative approach to avoiding jail time didn’t pan out like he’d hoped during a July 5 traffic stop, ending instead with him facing two felony and three misdemeanor charges.

Clayton Alan Meisch, 37, was booked into the county jail on a second-degree felony for possession of a controlled substance, and a Class-B misdemeanor for possession of marijuana, as well as outstanding warrants for evading arrest or detention with a vehicle — a third-degree felony — harassment and evading arrest, which are Class B and Class A misdemeanors respectively.

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