BRISTOL, Va. - The Bristol, Virginia police chief's son has been indicted on felony drug charges.
David Keith Price is facing nine charges after Virginia State Police say they found bath salts and paraphernalia in his Bristol, Virginia home.
Investigators tell us they got a tip that there was drug activity at David Price's home.
State Police say David Price allowed them to search his house and that's when they reportedly found the drugs.
State Police say a special prosecutor from Wythe County will work the case.
A spokesperson for the Bristol, Virginia Police Department tells us Chief William Price loves and supports his son, as every father would.
David Price has bonded out, but a trial date has not yet been set.
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