Routine Traffic Stop Equals Marijuana Drug Bust, CORRIGAN, April 9, 2014 - At approximately 10 pm on April 8, 2014 Officers James Hight and Dakota Hernandez made a routine traffic stop on US-59 in Corrigan. The vehicle had a broken tail light. The vehicle was a white 2006 Chevy Trailblazer driven by Jonathan Craven, 32, of Lufkin. The two policemen suspected contraband and used their fellow officer, Canine Leigh to do a vehicle walk-around. Officer Leigh alerted Hight and Hernandez of possible drugs. The alert set off by Leigh established probable cause and the officers searched the vehicle. Leigh's alert proved to be accurate as the officers found a large zip lock bag stuffed with marijuana. Johathan Craven was charged with possession of marijuana.
Special thannk you: Corrigan Police Department
A zip lock bag stuffed with marijuana was found in the back of the 2006 Chevy Trailblazer.
(L - R) Officers James Hight, Canine Leigh, and Dakota Hernandez
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