Two Washington Men Jailed When I-5 Traffic Stop Yields 45lbs. of Pot
Two Washington residents are in the Jackson County Jail after a State Trooper discovered 45 pounds of marijuana and a quarter pound of hash during an I-5 traffic stop near Central Point last night.
At about 11 p.m. the trooper stopped a Saturn station wagon displaying Washington plates near milepost 32 for a speeding violation. The illicit substances were found concealed in trash bags inside the Saturn. Arrested were the driver, Ryan A. Longley, 23, from Lake Tapps, Washington and the passenger, Coty S. Hammond, 22, from Spanaway, Washington.
The Oregon State Police Drug Enforcement Section is continuing the investigation
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