Glen Burnie Barrack-State Trooper Finds Several Pounds of Pot, Handgun During Traffic Stop in Baltimore County

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A Maryland State Police trooper assigned to the Glen Burnie barrack recently located several pounds of marijuana and a handgun after pulling over a vehicle in the Baltimore County area.

On January 21, at approximately 1:09am, the trooper conducted a traffic stop in the area of W/B 695 and Hollins Ferry Rd on a gray Infiniti QX50 for expired registration plates and displaying tags issued to another vehicle. While speaking to the driver, the driver fled the scene, however was quickly apprehended.

A probable cause search of the vehicle was conducted which yielded a loaded Canik TP9 Elite SC 9mm handgun. Also located in the vehicle was 1,899.3 grams of marijuana and $1,765 in US currency.

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James Michael

Genius. Nothing like driving around in your pot store with bad tags and a concealed weapon. Bet he doesn’t get a year.


That hand gun has got to go! Sample your pot if u must. But no dealing or hand guns. Pretty easy rule to follow

V.Skee 13%

Wow!! marijuana and a gun.... 1 people are getting rich owning marijuana businesses and 2 every citizen has the right to bear arms.


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