LORAIN, Ohio – On March 24, troopers stopped a vehicle with Michigan plates on Interstate 80 for a following too close violation.
When troopers pulled over the car, they smelled marijuana, which gave them a probable cause to search the vehicle.
Inside the vehicle was 10 pounds of marijuana, 114 grams of marijuana shatter and 54 grams of cocaine.
The contraband was totaled at $63,700.
The driver, Noah Camaj, 19, of Sterling Heights, Michigan was charged with trafficking and possession of cocaine, both first-degree felonies. He was also charged with possession and trafficking of marijuana, both third-degree felonies.
He is currently in Lorain County jail.