Port Chester Man Faces Drug Charges Stemming from a Motor Vehicle Stop for Heavily Tinted Windows

Back in December 2018, Greenwich Police spotted a BMW with heavily tinted windows and initiated a motor vehicle stop in the area of Exit 2 in Byram. When the officer spoke to the  driver, later identified as Vincent Tyrone Chambless, 29, of Grace Church Street in Port Chester, he detected the odor of marijuana, gave the officer probably cause to search the vehicle.

At that point the driver fled west on Ritch Ave on foot, but the officer caught up with him.

At that point he was found in possession of 13.1 grams of cocaine, 1.2 grams of marijuana, a pack of small zip log baggies, $2,349 in cash and two digital scales.

Officers obtained a search warrant for the suspect’s vehicle and later seized a quantity of narcotics and prescription medications that were not prescribed to him.

This week Greenwich Police, acting on a warrant for Chambless’s arrest extradited him from a correctional facility in Fishkill, NY.

He was charged with Possession of Narcotics and Possession of a Controlled Substance. He was able to post his $150,000 bond and was released.

Chambless has a date in Stamford Superior Court on May 15, 2019.