A Cottonwood man was arrested Saturday after he was pulled over in Cordes Lakes. Yavapai County Sheriff’s deputies stopped 40-year-old John McGraw for a traffic violation at around 2:30 a.m. when they noticed the vehicle acting suspiciously. McGraw was driving on a suspended license and the deputy noticed signs of impairment. After a field sobriety test, McGraw was arrested for DUI Drugs. Before his car was towed, deputies conducted a routine check of the contents and found a syringe wedged next to the driver’s seat with a meth pipe on the passenger floorboard. Inside the glove compartment, a deputy found a box which contained more than 46 grams of meth in separate packages indicating drug sales. McGraw was booked into the Camp Verde Detention Center on numerous drug charges. He has since been released pending court action.