Police discovered an estimated $15,000 price of marijuana and associated paraphernalia throughout a site visitors cease in Nazareth Borough on Thursday night, based on a launch from the borough’s police division.
Round 7:30 p.m., an officer pulled over 18-year-old Dillon Carrigan for rushing across the 300 block of Primary Road and located that Carrigan was displaying indicators of being below the affect of a managed substance. There was additionally a robust odor of marijuana coming from the automobile.
Along with 100 grams of marijuana and paraphernalia in keeping with narcotics gross sales, patrol officers recovered 10 packs of 500-milligram THC edibles, 52 packs of 500-milligram THC cookies and 253 1000-milligram vape cartridges. In whole, the contents had been price round $15,000, per the division’s launch.
The NBPD, together with members of the Northampton County Drug Activity Power, searched Carrigan’s residence and located $18,000 “suspected to have been obtained by means of unlawful narcotics sale(s),” police stated.
Carrigan was arraigned on expenses of possession with intent to ship a managed substance, possession of a managed substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving below the affect of a managed substance and rushing.
He was launched below $10,000 unsecured bail.
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