A 33-year-old woman was ticketed for marijuana possession Saturday night when police discovered she had the drug in her car, Southold Town police said.
Camille Gordon of Coram was stopped on Route 25 in Mattituck for traffic violations about 8:50 p.m., according to a police statement. A police officer found she had marijuana and arrested her, police said.
She was given a ticket for unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation, and released at the scene.
Two Southold teens were arrested Thursday for unlawful possession of marijuana, Southold Town Police said in a press release.
Sixteen-year-old Sydney Evans and 19-year-old Sarah Smith were both passengers in a vehicle that was stopped for a traffic violation on Youngs Avenue when they were found to be in possession of marijuana, police said.
They were both issued appearance tickets for a later court date.
An Orient man pulled over for a traffic violation on Orchard Street in Orient Thursday afternoon now faces a marijuana possession charge, Southold Police reported.
The officer who stopped Alexander Hands, 20, shortly after 5 p.m. reported finding a small amount of marijuana in the vehicle, police said.
He was released and is to appear in court sometime in February.
Police on Wednesday arrested a Greenport man accused of taking possession of a package shipped from California containing six pounds of marijuana with a street value of $60,000.
Raven Gatto, 39, of Bridge Street, who describes himself as a subcontractor, was charged with second-degree criminal possession of marijuana and released on $5,000 bail.
Southold police reported receiving an alert from California authorities of a package believed to be containing marijuana being shipped to a destination in Peconic. Officers of the East End Drug Task Force tracked the package and arrested Mr. Gatto when he took possession of it Wednesday afternoon, according to a report.
The investigation is continuing.
A Greenport man who police said stole a bicycle earlier in the week caught a break when the owner decided not to press charges. But the man’s luck ran out when police reportedly found he was carrying four small “dime bags” of marijuana.
The bike owner stopped an officer on patrol along South Street in Greenport Thursday morning and said he had just seen Anthony Chance, 31, riding the bike stolen out of his yard a few nights earlier, police said. As the officer and the bike owner spoke, Mr. Change arrived on the bike. The owner, who police said was glad to have the bike back, did not want to file a complaint.
But during the investigation, police reported finding marijuana in Mr. Chance’s possession. He was taken into custody, charged with a violation count of unlawful possession of marijuana and released for a future court appearance.