Two found with over a thousand pills, after traffic stop

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Decatur - Police arrest two men in possession of over a 1,000 controlled substance pills.

Police conducted a traffic stop in the 1500 block of Sedwick Street on Antonio Tate,40, who was driving on a suspended license. Police did a search of the vehicle and found a Crown Royal bag containing several plastic bags with various pills in each bag.

The pills totaled more than 1,000. Tate denied knowledge of the pills in the vehicle. He stated that his passenger Troy Slaw, 44, threw the bag into the car.

Slaw said he was aware of the pills in the car but they were not his. Police also located $617.00 in Slaw's wallet.

Tate and Slaw were arrested for possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell.

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