On Jan. 9, a state trooper posed as the Uber driver and called 21-year-old Malik Mollett, according to the criminal complaint.
Police said Mollett answered the phone and said that he had left the package in the car and he would meet with the trooper to get it back.
According to the criminal complaint, he confirmed his name and told the trooper that the bag he had left in the Uber was black. The trooper then texted him a picture of the bag and Mollett confirmed it was his.
The trooper then made arrangements to meet with Mollett at a McDonald's in Irwin.
When Mollet arrived at the McDonald's, a trooper went inside and gave the bag to Mollett, according to the criminal complaint.
Another trooper then entered the McDonald's and took Mollett into custody, according to police.