Traffic Stop in Ohio Leads to Marijuana Bust in Northern Michigan

Source: The Internet/Dayton DUI Attorney Charles Rowland


A traffic stop in Ohio led to a marijuana bust in northern Michigan.

The incident happened Friday afternoon.

According to the Traverse Narcotics Team, the Ohio State Highway Patrol pulled over a vehicle driven by a Twinsburg, OH man. During the stop, a probable cause search found 25 pounds of high grade marijuana. The DEA Task Force along with the Ohio State Highway Patrol further investigated and found that the 25 pounds of marijuana was purchased in Benzonia.

TNT says search warrants were executed in Benzie County and 122 marijuana plants were seized along with around $3,000.

TNT says at this point, a 54-year-old man and a 48-year-old woman, both from Benzonia, have been arrested in the case.

The woman was arrested on charges of conspiracy to deliver marijuana, using a computer to commit a crime and maintaining a drug house.

The man was arrested on charges of deliver/manufacture of marijuana, using a computer to commit a crime, maintaining a drug house and felony fire arm.

The incident remains under investigation.

The Michigan State Police Cadillac Post and the Benzie County Sheriff’s Office assisted with the case.



Source: Up North Live

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