Jeremy Mayfield wasn't the most successful race car driver in NASCAR, but the fact that he was in the "Big Leagues" of racing certainly means he was good enough. It's sad to see where things are going for him now.

Back in 2009, Mayfield was suspended indefinitely from NASCAR for testing positive for methamphetamines during a random drug test. Mayfield tried to fight those charges saying that the positive test was a mix of over-the-counter allergy medication and the prescription drug Adderall. That appears to be all a lie as he was arrested on Tuesday for possession of Meth.

According to TMZ, cops had a warrant to search Mayfield's Catawba, North Carolina home for suspicion of having stolen property. The police not only found the Meth, but also 40 firearms and other items thought to be stolen.

Mayfield was arrested for felony possession of meth. He was released after posting $3,000 bond. The Police are still investigating matter pertaining to the stolen goods.