Officer Celestino Molina with Corrigan Police Department displays the goods.
Traffic Stop for Speeding Leads to Arrest for Generous Amount of Marijuana, CORRIGAN, January 25, 2015 - At approximately 3:30 am on January 24, 2015, Officer Celestino Molina with Corrigan Police Department stopped a red 2004 Ford F-150 that was north-bound on US-59. The driver of the pickup was speeding. When Officer Molina spoke with the driver, Bradley Christopher Macey, 20, of Katy, he could smell a strong scent of marijuana. Molina was quickly joined by Officers Dakoda Hernandez, and Albert Richards. The smell of marijuana established probable cause, which lead to a vehicle search. The search turned up 4.7 ounces of marijuana and numerous paraphernalia items including rolling papers, scales, and glass pipes. Macey was on his way back to Stephen F. Austin State University to start another semester of school. Bradley Macey was transported to Polk County Jail and booked in for possession of marijuana.
20 year old Bradley Christopher Macey, of Katy, was in possession of marijuana and speeding (not a smart thing to do).
4.7 ounces of marijuana, rolling papers, glass pipes.
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