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Indiana Police Arrested Man with Marijuana in Jackson Co.

by Shirley Tirado
Indiana Police Arrested Man with Marijuana in Jackson Co.

According to the Indiana State Police, a traffic check in Jackson County, Indiana resulted in the arrest of a California man who was in possession of a significant quantity of marijuana as well as cash.

On Tuesday, at about 5 o’clock in the afternoon, ISP Sergeant Stephen Wheeles stopped a Ford Edge that was traveling south on Interstate 65 near Seymour. During the traffic stop, the sergeant had reason to suspect that illegal conduct was taking place, which led to a search of the vehicle, as corroborated by the ISP.

According to the police, over sixty vacuum-sealed packets thought to contain marijuana were discovered inside the vehicle. The combined weight of all of the packages exceeded seventy pounds when added together. The authorities assessed that the marijuana’s street value was anywhere between $150,000 and $200,000 dollars.

In addition to that, more than $16,000 in cash was discovered inside the vehicle, according to the police. Arman Hakobyan, 37 years old, of Chatsworth, California, was the driver of the vehicle and was taken into custody. He is currently being held at the Jackson County Jail.

Hakobyan was charged with dealing more than 10 pounds of marijuana and possessing marijuana. These charges were brought against him. He is currently being held in custody pending his appearance before the Jackson County Circuit Court.

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