Police Blotter: Woman Arrested for Possession of Marijuana

Traffic stop leads to charges.

At 1:50 a.m. Monday, a Plymouth Township police officer stopped a vehicle traveling east on Plymouth Road near Haggerty Road with a broken driver's side headlight.

The officer reported asking the driver for her license and then smelling a strong odor of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle and seeing an empty rolling wrapper on the passenger-side floor. The officer then asked the woman to exit her vehicle.

The woman was told she smelled of marijuana and she gave the officer permission to search the vehicle. The officer located a glass marijuana pipe in the center console, along with a grinder and rolling papers inside the woman's purse, according to reports. During the search, the woman reportedly admitted she was in possession of marijuana and handed over a plastic baggie that was concealed on her body. The baggie possessed 6.5 grams of marijuana.

The woman was arrested and given a citation for possession of marijuana and narcotics paraphernalia.

Man arrested for concealing stolen property

At 10:45 p.m Saturday, township police responded to a call of a retail fraud in progress at Kroger on West Ann Arbor Road.

The store manager reported seeing a man stealing energy drinks.

Police found a suspect in the parking lot of the store. He was found to have two cans of Monster energy drink in his sweatshirt. The man claimed he did not steal the cans. He said he waited outside while his friend went into Kroger. When the friend came out with the drinks, the man said he asked where he got them and his friend said he stole them. The man said he then took the cans from his friend and walked back to the store, but he walked away when he saw police, who stopped him.

The first suspect was not found. The man was arrested and charged with receiving and concealing stolen property.

Thieves get away with merchandise at CVS

At 12:51 a.m. Saturday, township police responded to a retail fraud call from CVS on Sheldon Road.

A CVS employee told police that a customer saw two men stealing in the store. The men were standing by the front door and ran out of the store when the employee headed in their direction.

In their hurry to escape, they dropped two bottles of Visine and two tubes of Cortizone cream. The employee said both men looked as if they had more hidden inside their coats.

The men ran out to their car and headed north on Sheldon Road.

The suspects were not found.

Suspicious person reported, arrested for possession

At 1:03 p.m. April 13, township police responded to a call of a suspicious person sitting in a parking lot on Lilley Road.

When an officer arrived, he found the man standing by his vehicle. The man told police that he was from Canton and that he was relaxing. During the conversation, the police officer noticed the smell of  marijuana.

Police said the man said that he had only some marijuana residue in an empty baggie, but he then changed his story and told the officer there was more under the passenger seat. Police said they found two marijuana pipes and a black leather case containing three glass jars of marijuana.

The man was arrested for possession of marijuana.

Tim Stamp April 22, 2011 at 12:29 PM
Names! I need names! I probably know all of these people! haha.
Nicole Krawcke April 22, 2011 at 01:58 PM
Tim, the police don't always release names of people charged in their reports. However we do have a court blotter every Monday that releases names of people charged in the 35th District Court! Check back for that!
Tim Stamp April 22, 2011 at 03:26 PM
Will do. Keep up the good work!
bootstrap billy April 23, 2011 at 02:57 AM
Are you kidding? That tool that wanted names was just being sarcastic. Don't stoop to that level. He's just another clown with nothing better to do. You are a respectable journalist. Please don't be so naive.


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