Man Accused Of Trafficking Marijuana
Police say they found four baggies of marijuana hidden in suspect's underwear
A man is accused of drug trafficking after he was found hiding four baggies of marijuana in his underwear, according to the Mentor Police Department Facebook page.
Mentor Police arrested Rajohn Golden and Layton Bronaugh, both of New York, after an officer stopped their car on Interstate 90 early Wednesday morning.
Initially, Golden and Bronaugh were both charged with drug abuse because an officer found marijuana in the car, according to MPD's Facebook page. Police also confiscated money they found in the car.
However, after Golden was arraigned in Mentor Municipal Court Wednesday, four baggies of marijuana were found hidden in his underwear.
Consequently, Golden, 21, was also charged with a felony count of marijuana trafficking and arraigned again Thursday morning.
Judge John Trebets set his bond at $20,000, which was not posted. Golden's next court appearance is scheduled for April 19.