Decatur police arrested a man after finding drugs and drug paraphernalia during a traffic stop.
On Sept. 26, a Decatur Police Department investigator and sergeant saw a bronze Chevrolet Impala with an obstructed windshield driving 40 mph in a 30 mph zone on 5th Avenue.
The stopped the vehicle and learned it was being driven by Cam’ron Rashad Buchanan.
Buchanan willingly turned over some marijuana.
But a search of the vehicle found more marijuana and drug paraphernalia, said Emme Long, department spokesperson.
Buchanan had a suspended driver’s license, was out on bond for two counts of unlawfully breaking and entering a vehicle, and is a suspect in numerous other property crimes throughout Decatur, Long said.
He also received a probation violation warrant.
Buchanan was transported to the Morgan County Jail to be held with no bond.
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