SHAMOKIN DAM — A 41-year-old Harrisburg man nabbed in the borough with 125 grams of marijuana has been charged with felony drug delivery and possession.
Christopher Paul Timmons, of 2310 N. Fourth St., Harrisburg, was stopped by Shamokin Dam police after making an illegal turn from Routes 11-15 to Baldwin Boulevard on Dec. 27.
During the stop, officer Timothy Bremigen said he smelled a strong odor of packaged marijuana and suspected there was a "substantial amount" of the drug in the car, court documents said.
Timmons allowed Bremigen to search the car and 125 grams of packaged marijuana were found.
Charges of felony possession with the intent to deliver marijuana, and misdemeanor possession of marijuana and plastic bags for the purpose of carrying the drug were filed against Timmons at District Judge Edward Mihalik's office in Selinsgrove.
Traffic stops lead to DUI charges
DANVILLE — Stopping a driver for a nonworking headlight led to drunken driving charges.
Mahoning Township police charged Angie M. Smith, 24, of Bloomsburg, with driving while under the influence of alcohol, having a blood alcohol level of 0.099 percent, lighting requirements and careless driving. Smith was stopped on Route 11 south March 7.
Meanwhile, a Snyder County man, stopped for speeding in Danville, was also charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol March 5.
Police stopped David L. Eichenlaub, 62, of 203 W. Sixth Ave., for driving 55 mph in a 35 mph zone on Northumberland Road.
They charged him with driving while under the influence of alcohol, having a blood alcohol level of 0.22 percent and speeding.