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Traffic stop leads to drugs and stolen gun


Springfield – State police seize 10 pounds of cannabis, stolen guns, and cannabis plants after a routine traffic stop.


24 year old Jeffery Moss, of Springfield was stopped by a District 9 Trooper, for disobeying a stop sign on Laurel and State Street, just before 1 am on February 27th. The trooper called on a K-9 officer to assist. The K-9 alerted officers there could be drugs in the vehicle, a full vehicle search was conducted.


Moss's home was searched for further investigation. Officers found 8 cannabis plants, 10 pounds of cannabis, and a stolen Glock pistol between the home and vehicle. Moss was arrested and faces possession of a stolen firearm, manufacture and delivery of cannabis, and production of cannabis plants.

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