The Decatur Police Department says a traffic stop uncovered drugs and a stolen gun.
Officers on Sunday stopped a red Jeep Compass after running a red light. They said the driver, Daniel Lamont Orr, did not have a driver’s license. They identified the passenger as Daniel Rashun Jones, said Emme Long, police spokeswoman.
Police searched the vehicle and found a large quantity of synthetic cannabinoids ("spice") and a stolen firearm, Long said.
Orr was charged with trafficking in synthetic analog, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving while suspended, and running a red light.
Bond was set at $5,900.
Jones was charged with trafficking in synthetic analog, second-degree receiving stolen property, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Bond was set at $7,800.
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