A Moberly man faces charges of possession of illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia on Thursday night.  Moberly Police say, officers were speaking to Kevyn Koschak about violations of a city ordinance when they learned he had drugs in his possession. The individual stashed a backpack under the porch of an abandoned house and when officers searched it they found syringes used to inject methamphetamine. Koschak admitted to having more items in his pockets.  The Missouri State Highway Patrol K-9 unit was contacted and searched the area as well.

The Randolph County Court has charged Kevyn Koschak with two counts of possession of a controlled substance and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia.  He remains in custody at the Randolph County Jail with a cash only bond of twenty-five thousand dollars.