A Utica man is facing a felony charge after he was allegedly found with more than a pound of marijuana during a traffic stop, according to New York State Police.
Tyquan Singleton, 31, is charged with felony second-degree criminal possession of marijuana, as well as vehicle and traffic violations.
Police say around 10 p.m. Tuesday, troopers stopped a vehicle on I-87 in the village of South Nyack, Rockland County, for several vehicle and traffic violations. As police were talking to Singleton they had probable cause to search the vehicle and drover, and police say they found approximately 1.2 pounds of marijuana.
Singleton was taken into custody and charged. He’s currently awaiting arraignment in the Village of South Nyack Court.
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