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Friday, February 3, 2023

Passenger in golf cart arrested with illicit pills mixed in with Viagra

Christian Allan Cieminski

A passenger in a golf cart was arrested with illicit pills mixed in with his Viagra.

Christian Allan Cieminski, 49, of Lakeside Landings, was traveling as a passenger in a Yamaha golf car at about 2 p.m. Tuesday when the golf cart was spotted traveling north in the southbound lane of County Road 229, just south of NE 104th Boulevard in Oxford, according to an arrest report from the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office.

Pills were spotted on the floorboard of the golf cart and were identified as acetaminophen/hydrocodone. There were other pills that Cieminski described as Viagra. A glass smoking pipe was also discovered in the golf cart.

Tommie Lee McCray

Cieminski also had in his pocket “a white chalky cookie-like substance” that tested positive for crack cocaine.

Cieminski was arrested on charges of drug possession and possession of drug equipment. He was booked at the Sumter County Detention Center. He was released after posting $3,000 bond.

The driver of the golf cart was identified as Tommie Lee McCray, 53, of Oxford. He was also arrested on drug charges. He had been arrested in 2016 on marijuana charges.

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