Adam Michael Wiley

(Smith County Insider Press)—On January 27, 2019, Adam Michael Wiley (41, Hermitage) was arrested at the 1-40 Rest Area in Smith County, following an investigation by an officer with the Tennessee Highway Patrol. Wiley now faces multiple drug charges.

According to the police report, Tennessee State Trooper Caleb Bain made contact with Wiley after observing that his vehicle was illegally parked at the rest area.

When Trooper Bain first approached the vehicle, Wiley appeared to be slumped over the wheel asleep. The trooper engaged Wiley in conversation, and Wiley consented to a search of his vehicle.

According to the police report, an eyeglass case containing two baggies, a used needle, and a dirty spoon were discovered during the search. One of the baggies contained a crystal-like substance, and the other contained a brown powdery substance.

All evidence was submitted to the TBI for weight and identification.

According to the police report, Wiley was only able to provide a Florida I.D., which was checked and found to be suspended for failure to pay fines.

Wiley was placed under arrest and transported to the Smith County Jail for booking. 

Wiley is charged with possession of a Schedule I drug, possession of a Schedule II drug, possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to use, and driving on a revoked license.