Trooper finds suspected marijuana pipe in man's car

Traffic stop takes place after midnight; motorist also charged with driving with a suspended license.
Cary Ashby
Apr 11, 2014

A state trooper reported finding suspected drug paraphernalia during a Willard traffic stop this weekend.

Trooper Korey Robinson, of the state Highway Patrol, stopped Derek S. Thomas, 29, of Sandusky, for failing to signal while making a right turn from Myrtle Avenue onto Spring Street. The traffic stop happened at 12:25 a.m. Sunday.

The trooper reported finding a glass smoking pipe and about 2 grams of suspected marijuana in a plastic bag wedged between the driver's seat and the center console.

Thomas was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving with a suspended license.

Comments

Brownsfan00

OFF WITH HIS HEAD!!!!!!!!!!

Foodforthought

and this is news why?????

Green eyes 777

Are you kidding me this made the paper don't they have anything better to do?

LecterQ

Rookie, celebrating the 1 year anniversary I guess. (Tpr Robinson) Heaven forbid no turn signal. I wish I could write tickets for all the law enforcement I see not signaling. And to put it in perspective, 2 grams=0.0705479 ounce. Criminal!

rickross2

Marijuana is such a huge problem in our world. All these stoners are out breaking into houses and businesses so they can get their fix! They steal anything they can get their hands on for a high......o wait, that's pill heads and heroin addicts. Potheads are too busy going to work and watching King of the Hill reruns.

LecterQ

Legalize it, tax it.