A North Dakota man on probation for narcotics possession was arrested for methamphetamine possession while wearing an anti-drug shirt.

Esequiel Robles, 40, was arrested during a traffic stop in Williston, North Dakota. A search of his vehicle turned up a bag of meth and a spoon with meth residue, according to an affidavit filed in District Court.

He was charged with narcotics possession and possession of drug paraphernalia. Robles was booked into the Williams County Jail, where his mugshot was shot.

In late-2019, he was arrested for meth possession and was sentenced to three years in prison, but two of the years were suspended from his sentence and he was given two years of probation.

Robles was scheduled for a bond hearing on January 20th, and a preliminary hearing on February 17th.

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