The Ohio Highway Patrol seized $63,700 in marijuana and cocaine during a traffic stop on Interstate 80.
At 10:21 a.m. on March 24 troopers pulled over a motorist with Michigan plates for a following too close violation on Interstate 80 near milepost 136, in Lorain County, according to a release from the Highway Patrol.
During the exchange with the driver, troopers detected an odor of raw marijuana at which point they executed a probable cause search of the vehicle, the release said.
The search turned up a duffle bag containing 10 pounds of marijuana. In addition, troopers also uncovered 114 grams of marijuana shatter and 54 grams of cocaine, the release said.
Noah Camaj , 19, of Sterling Heights, Mich. is facing felony charges of possession and trafficking of cocaine and marijuana. Camaj is currently incarcerated at the Lorain County jail.