Traffic stop in southern Indiana leads to drug bust | Crime
SELLERSBURG, IN (WAVE) - A routine traffic stop in southern Indiana leads to a drug bust.
Just before 11 Wednesday morning, an Indiana State Police trooper pulled over a 2003 black Saab on Interstate 65 south near the 22 mile marker.
According to police, the driver, 39-year-old Aaron Ray Roberts from Morton Grove, IL, seemed very nervous and upset when the trooper approached the car. An Indiana State Police K-9 unit was called in to sniff the car and positively alerted officers of possible narcotics. During the search, officers found cocaine, marijuana, hashish and drug paraphernalia were found inside the car.
Roberts has been arrested and charged with possession of cocaine, marijuana over 30 grams, hashish, paraphernalia and maintaining a common nuisance, all class D feloniey. He is currently in the Clark County jail awaiting his first court appearance.
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