Troopers seize more than $23,000 in pot during traffic stop

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SUMMIT COUNTY, OH (WCMH) — Troopers say the seized thousands of dollars’ worth of marijuana during a traffic stop in Summit County. 

According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, on May 8, troopers stopped a 2001 Chevrolet Impala with West Virginia license plates for a speed violation in Summit County. 

Troopers say a criminal indicator was observed and the driver admitted to having marijuana inside the vehicle. 

A probable cause search revealed about 10 pounds worth of marijuana valued at approximately $23,350 in the vehicle’s trunk.

The driver of the vehicle, Troy G. Brown, 46, of Howell, Michigan was charged with possession and trafficking of marijuana. 

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