2 Men Arrested After Ohio State Highway Patrol Find $615,000 Worth Of Marijuana In Vehicle

2 Men Arrested After Ohio State Highway Patrol Find $615,000 Worth Of Marijuana In Vehicle

WEST JEFFERSON, Ohio – The Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) has arrested two men for having more than $615,000 worth of marijuana in their vehicle.

OSHP stopped the two men for a traffic stop on Jan. 13 on Interstate 70 near milepost 72, in a 2014 Subaru station wagon with a Colorado registration.

Authorities stated crimindal indicators were observed when a drug-sniffing dog was alerted to the vehicle. A probable cause search was executed when the marijuana was found.

Kelly Harding, 47, and passenger Craig Voigt, 46, both of Carbondale, Colorado, were arrested and charged with second-degree felony possession and trafficking marijuana.

The two men were fined $30,00 and face up to 16 years in prison if convicted.

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