COLUMBUS, Ind. — A Michigan man is accused of transporting a pound of marijuana in his vehicle on Interstate 65 to sell in southern Indiana.
Shaun Weible, 30, of Flint, Mich., was arrested late Wednesday after Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Lt. Kraig Weisner stopped him near the I-65 Columbus-Indiana 46 exit for a traffic violation.
Weisner determined during the stop that Weible allegedly was transporting the marijuana, said Maj. Todd Noblitt, the sheriff’s chief deputy. Weible allegedly told Weisner that he was driving to southern Indiana to seel the marijuana for $4,200.
Authorities also allegedly found prescription pills, including painkillers and anti-anxiety medication, in the vehicle, Noblitt said.
Weible was booked into Bartholomew County Jail on preliminary charges of dealing marijuana, possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance, all Class D felonies.
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