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2 Men Face Drug Charges

Originally published: 2013-06-11 10:48:25
Last modified: 2013-06-11 10:51:23
 


Two men were charged with simple possession of a Schedule VI drug Saturday following a traffic stop on Tusculum Boulevard near Snapps Ferry Road, Greeneville police Officer Kevin Guinn said in reports.

Charged were the driver, Caleb M. Roberts, 22, of 2360 Westwood Drive, Mohawk, and Cody A. Dippel, 18, of 290 Jay Fanning Road, Afton.

The traffic stop was conducted after Roberts allegedly ran a red light in a sport utility vehicle, the report said.

"He stated a baggie of marijuana was in the center console," the report said.

A grinder, small plastic bags and a glass pipe were also found in the Ford Escape, the report said.

Dippel "smelled of marijuana," another report said.

During a pat-down search, "a lump" was felt in Dippel's pants pocket, the report said.

"He stated it was 'weed,'" the report added.

Roberts and Dippel both had first scheduled court appearances on Monday.

 
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