A Necedah man was arrested in Tomah on June 7th near a Tomah gas station.  29 year old Chase Christman was reported for acting suspicious around the gas pumps at around midnight June 7th.  Police arrived and Christman began to drive away into the alley before stopping.  Christman allegedly gave police the wrong name until an officer recognized him from previous contacts.  Tomah PD had the K9 unit come out to do an exterior sniff of the vehicle.  The K9 alerted the police to a presence of drugs in the car.  A search of the vehicle allegedly found a cloth bag with a digital scale and metal tin that contained several empty baggies with white residue, a broken green glass smoking device with white residue, four milligrams of Narcan and three bags of unused syringes.  Police were also notified that Christman had 5 active warrants in Monroe County.  Christman is facing charges of Possession of Methamphetamine, Obstruction, among other drug related offenses.