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VIRGINIA BEACH – One man was arrested after he was caught with five pounds of marijuana in front of Mount Trashmore on the Fourth of July, according to a report on

Virginia State Police pulled over Norfolk resident Randy Lamont Baker for speeding on Interstate 264.

During the traffic stop, Virginia State Police Trooper S.J. Parks smelled a strong odor of marijuana in Baker’s 2001 GMC Yukon Denali and searched the vehicle.

Man caught with 5 lbs. of pot

The trooper found five pounds of marijuana in the vehicle, police said.

The marijuana had an approximate street value of $27,000. Baker was also found with $2,900 cash, police said.

Randy Lamont Baker (PHOTO: Virginia Beach jail)

Randy Lamont Baker (PHOTO: Virginia Beach jail)

Baker was charged with possession with intent to distribute and speeding.

He was held at Virginia Beach city jail without bond.


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