According to the police report, school resource officer Rey Medrano and K-9 handler Roy Burris were doing a routine walk through of the school parking lot with the drug dog when the dog alerted positive to a substance in a truck.
Moya, to whom the truck belonged, was asked to come the school parking lot along with High School Principal Charles Odem so that the truck could be opened.
Upon arriving in the parking lot, Moya opened his truck so that the two officers could search it.
The report states that both the officers noticed “a strong odor emitting from this vehicle which is consistent with that known as marijuana.”
The report also says that Medrano found marijuana residue throughout the vehicle (floorboards, cup holders, door panels) along with two roaches; one in the cup holder and one in the bed of the truck.
Moya was arrested for possession of marijuana less than two ounces within a drug free zone. It is a class A misdemeanor.
The suspect was transported to Live Oak County Jail for processing.