Soon after he got out of Tioga County Prison on bail last week, Travis F. Huck, 23, of Wellsboro, found himself in the Lycoming County Prison on drug charges after being arrested by Old Lycoming Township police June 5.

Huck was unable post the $250,000 bail.

According to a police affidavit filed with District Judge William Solomon’s office, Huck and two other individuals were found just before 3 a.m., June 5, unconscious in a running 2008 Subaru Impreza, still in gear in the middle of Beauty’s Run Road, near the Route 15 Hepburnville exit.

Huck was at the wheel and his foot on the brake pedal. The owner of the Impreza was identified as Kacey M. Brion, 25, of Mansfield, who also was in the vehicle along with Ryan V. Arena, 29, of Wellsboro.

Officers said they found several syringes, as well as opened and unopened bags of suspected heroin and cash scattered throughout the vehicle.

Huck was arrested for DUI and found to be in possession of a bulk quantity of crystal methamphetamine as well as several bundles of suspected heroin, drug packaging material, and a small amount of marijuana and Buprenorphine pills.

The approximate street value of the crystal methamphetamine was more than $4,000.

Huck told police that the drugs found in the vehicle did not belong to him. However, Huck allegedly admitted that he and the other car occupants traveled to Philadelphia June 4 to obtain the drugs, and stopped at the park and ride area to shoot up heroin before returning to Tioga County.

Huck also admitted to police that he “occasionally sells heroin.”

Huck’s criminal history includes multiple arrests for use of drug paraphernalia, possession, manufacture and sale of a controlled substance, and providing false identification to law enforcement, according to the affidavit.

Huck was arraigned before Solomon on charges of possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine and heroin, DUI, possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and driving with a suspended license.

His preliminary hearing was set for Wednesday, June 12, in Solomon’s courtroom.

Other charges in Elkland District Court are pending the results of an ongoing investigation, according to District Judge James Edgcomb.