An Oregon man was busted with drugs in Siskiyou County, according to the sheriff’s office. Wednesday afternoon Deputy Rob Stewart stopped a car on Highway 3 for traffic violations and found that the driver, 42-year-old Mandron Coulter of Medford, had a suspended license. The deputy searched and reported finding 59 Grams of Crystal Methamphetamine stashed in three plastic bags in Coulter’s sock. There were some empty bags in the other sock. Coulter was arrested transportation of drugs for sale. The prior day Deputy Stewart pulled over Anthony Grames of Alaska, who also has a suspended license. He also reportedly had a small amount of Meth and was arrested.