Michigan man busted for drugs during Hancock County traffic stop



A Michigan man was arrested early Wednesday after State Highway Patrol troopers found Oxycodone and marijuana in his car during a traffic stop on southbound Interstate 75.

According to the patrol, troopers stopped a rented 2013 Toyota Camry with Ohio registration near milepost 158 in Hancock County at 1:37 a.m. Wednesday for a speed violation.

A drug-sniffing dog from the Findlay Police Department alerted authorities to the vehicle during the stop.

A probable cause search by troopers revealed 479 Oxycodone pills and nearly eight grams of marijuana under the spare tire in the vehicle’s trunk. Oxycodone-and-Marijuana---07-30-14

The contraband has a street value of approximately $12,000, according to the patrol.

The driver, Kareem Ameen-Haynes Walker, 25, of Clinton Township, Mich., was charged with possession of drugs, a second-degree felony. He is currently being held  in Hancock County jail.


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