Two men were arrested early Tuesday after Cobb County police say officers found enough drugs and money and weapons in a speeding car to accuse the men as drug dealers.
Darien Knight, 24, was driving a 2010 Audi A4 at 91 mph on a 55 mph stretch of Dallas Highway just after midnight. Riding along with the Powder Springs man was 25-year-old Ian Copeland of Dallas.
Sgt. Wayne Delk, spokesman for Cobb police, said an officer saw “some illegal narcotics” in Knight’s lap during the traffic stop.
Police kept looking and, according to a police warrant, allegedly found the following:
• About 150 grams of marijuana
• 386 THC oil vape cartridges in their packaging
• Just under 325 grams of psilocybin mushrooms
• 2½ grams of meth
• About a gram of cocaine
• $1,544 in cash
• A .38-caliber handgun with a magazine
• A machete
• A digital scale
Knight faces nine charges ranging from drug possession to reckless driving, according to warrants. Copeland faces a single methamphetamine possession count.
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