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Marijuana discovered after stop

Post by bluegill on January 12th 2010, 10:50 am

Two men were charged with felonies following a Sunday traffic stop on Interstate 75 that netted 95 pounds of marijuana valued at $215,000, according to the Findlay post of the State Highway Patrol.

Gabino Reyes-Serna, 43, of Mexico, and Oscar Campos, 44, of Texas, were each charged with aggravated possession of marijuana and aggravated trafficking, both second-degree felonies.

State Highway Patrol troopers pulled over the men in a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer, with Texas license plates, for failing to yield on the off ramp to the Hancock County 99 exit at 12:30 a.m. Sunday, according to the State Highway Patrol.

A Hancock County Sheriff's Office drug-sniffing dog was called to the scene after criminal indicators were observed by troopers.

The dog "alerted" to the vehicle, which led to a search, the state patrol said.

The two men also were charged with possession of criminal tools, fifth-degree felonies. Reyes-Serna also was charged with identity theft, a fifth-degree felony.

The men were en route to Detroit, and troopers found Reyes-Serna in possession of a false Texas identification card, according to Lt. Jerrod Savidge of the Findlay post.

If convicted, Reyes-Serna faces up to 18 years in prison and Campos 17 years, the patrol said.

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Post by Rockhound on January 12th 2010, 12:27 pm

I will never understand why these people make it soooo easy to bust them, smoking to much of their on product, I guess

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Post by richardcatdaddy on January 12th 2010, 8:33 pm

Adios amigos.

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