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Ellicott City Man Cited for Marijuana Possession in Easton

Posted: Jun 03, 2018 8:49 PM Updated:

EASTON, Md.- The Easton Police Department has cited a 21-year-old man for carrying more than 10 grams of marijuana.

According to the Easton Police Department, officers pulled over 21-year-old Alexander Trout from Ellicott City, Maryland, for speeding. The traffic stop happened in the parking lot of the Wawa convenience store. 

As officers were speaking with trout, they say a strong odor of marijuana emitted from inside the vehicle. At that time, officers performed a probable cause search and found a plastic bag with suspected marijuana. 

Police then issued a criminal citation for possession of marijuana over 10 grams to Trout. He was later released on scene. 

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