A rural Wakeman man was served with a drug-related summons at his home Wednesday in connection with a village traffic stop that required an ambulance.
William A. Warren, 49, of 14106 Butler Road, is charged with two misdemeanor counts of possession of drugs stemming from an incident Friday.
The Wakeman Police Department received a complaint about a motorist going the wrong direction while driving into the village.
"He was westbound in an eastbound lane," said Chief Tim Hunker, who stopped Warren at the BP gas station.
"He appeared to be under the influence of something," the chief said.
Hunker said he became concerned about Warren's medical well-being so he called for an ambulance. While waiting for a squad to respond, the chief said he searched the suspect and found 59 Percocet pills and four Oxycontin tablets.
Paramedics transported Warren to Fisher-Titus Medical Center. He was released later.