Troopers seize 186 pounds of marijuana and Rx drugs near Milan

Cargo van stopped for following-too-closely violation; drug dogs discover 123 packages of pot
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Nov 8, 2012

A California man is facing felony drug charges after Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers seized 186 pounds of marijuana and prescription drugs, worth more than $425,000 following a traffic stop on the Ohio Turnpike near Milan.

Troopers stopped a 2007 Chevrolet Express cargo van, with Illinois registration, for a following too closely violation on the Ohio Turnpike, eastbound, near milepost 121, in Erie County at 12:06 p.m. Wednesday.

Troopers observed criminal indicators and a Patrol drug-sniffing canine alerted to the vehicle. A probable cause search of the vehicle revealed 123 vacuum-sealed packages of marijuana, weighing about 186 pounds. Troopers also discovered 24 oxycodone hydrochloride tablets and drug paraphernalia.

The driver, Christopher Roy Glisson, 33, of Santa Rosa, Calif., was incarcerated in the Erie County Jail and charged with possession of marijuana and trafficking in marijuana, both second-degree felonies.

If convicted, he could face up to 16 years in prison and up to a $30,000 fine.

Comments

Yall Make Me Sick

And you thought you'd get away with it? Big dummy!

Dusty

I wouldn't think a horse buggy would hold that much.

Brock Lee

not huron county so he get jail time

TheGravyWhisperer

...lesson learned here... if you are going to transport contraband, never, NEVER, follow a Highway Patrol car too closely...

Lloyd Christmas

I love how EVERY one of these stories has "for a following too closely violation on the Ohio Turnpike" and "Troopers observed criminal indicators" in them. How many people follow THAT close to get the attention of cops?

Paranoid Illusion

Lol Dusty. I notice no cash was mentioned. Hmmmmmm.....

hit the road jack

I have seen them stop a lot of vehicles with Pennsylvania plates too.

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swiss cheese kat

Washington and Colorado became the first states to legalize recreational use and sale of marijuana for adults.