Two arrested for marijuana

Two Marathon men were arrested Sunday after a traffic stop revealed a felony amount of marijuana in their car and a large amount of drug paraphernalia.

Deputy Brad Colen was on patrol at 2:30 p.m. when he saw a green Cadillac on Aviation Boulevard fail to stop for two stop signs. He pulled the car over. The driver, 19 year old Dakoda Daniels, couldnít find his registration and insurance card and was acting nervously during the traffic stop. Deputy Mike Sielicki arrived at the scene as a backup officer.

During the course of the traffic stop the passenger, 18 year old Patrick Ryan, admitted to having marijuana in the car. A search turned up marijuana in a back pack on the passenger floorboard. More was found in the glove box, on the driverís side floorboard and in the rear passenger seat area. Drug paraphernalia was found throughout the vehicle as well, including a digital scale, a glass bowl with marijuana residue, a grinder and other items. $585 in cash and the vehicle were seized for possible forfeiture. Both men were arrested. They were charged with possession of marijuana with intent to sell, possession of a felony amount of marijuana and ten counts of possession of drug paraphernalia.

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