Tennessee Residents Arrested For Drugs After Traffic Stop

Two peo­ple from Ten­nessee were arrested late Sat­ur­day night on drug charges after items of drug candy turned up dur­ing a traf­fic stop on I-69 near Auburn. The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Depart­ment pulled over a vehi­cle at about 10:45pm for going 85 miles an hour. Inside were Tim­o­thy Cole and Clo­vis Jef­fer­son, both from Anti­och, Ten­nessee. Dur­ing the traf­fic stop, a K-9 alerted on the vehi­cle, so it was searched. More than a pound of mar­i­juana, a cookie con­tain­ing mar­i­juana and sev­eral items which con­tained T.H.C. turned up, along with 10 suck­ers, 11 indi­vid­u­ally pack­aged hard pieces of candy, seven bot­tles labeled Star­buzz Cannabis and a choco­late candy bar, all con­tain­ing THC. A forty cal­iber hand gun which was allegedly stolen out of Ten­nessee was also dis­cov­ered in the car. Charges against the two now include deal­ing in mar­i­juana, hash oil, hashish and pos­ses­sion of those items. Cole was also arrested on a felony theft charge.

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