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 WTKR.com.
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.
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.
Baker was charged with possession with intent to distribute and speeding.
He was held at Virginia Beach city jail without bond.