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MSP Arrest Man For DUI, Cocaine, Methamphetamine, Xanax

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Police say these drugs were found in Goode's car (Photo: Maryland State Police) Police say these drugs were found in Goode's car (Photo: Maryland State Police)

QUEENSTOWN, Md.- Maryland State Police have arrested a man for DUI, and several other substances found in his vehicle during a traffic stop.

Police say Robert Thomas Goode was driving a 2003 Honda on Route 301 near Cherry Lane on Friday, November 6th when troopers pulled him over.  Police had received a complaint of a car crossing over the dotted and solid lines.  Troopers found the car traveling southbound on 301, halfway in the slow lane, and halfway on the shoulder, and then weaving back fully into the slow lane. 

Troopers pulled over Goode, 23, and arrested him for DUI after a field sobriety test.  Police say when searching the car for Goode's license, and evidence of alcohol, troopers smelled marijuana coming from a backpack behind the driver's seat.  Police say they conducted a probable cause search of the car and the bag.  They say they found marijuana residue in the backpack, along with a small baggie, weighing 2.2 grams total, with a white substance, which tested positive as cocaine.  Troopers say they also found a small glass container which held several small white rocks, suspected to be methamphetamine.  The container weighed in at .5 grams.  Police say they also found a plastic cellophane cigarette wrapper, and inside were three full, and two partial white rectangular Xanax pills.  Police say Goode was unable to provide a prescription for the pills.

Police say they also found a black suitcase in the trunk, containing 10 separate packages, each containing one pound of marijuana.  Police say each bag was heat sealed, and labeled with different names and the weight.  Police say they also located 13 glass smoking devices, also in the trunk. 

Upon location of Goode's wallet, police say found a small plastic baggie which held white crystal powder weighing 2.8 grams, and also suspected to be methamphetamine. 

Goode was taken to the Maryland State Police barrack in Centreville for processing.

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