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Traffic stop leads to Marijuana arrest in Marion County

FAIRMONT, W.Va. — A woman from Jacksonville, Florida faces drug charges following a traffic stop for speeding.

Myranda Raymond

Troopers from the Marion County Detachment of the West Virginia State Police said Myranda Raymond, 30, was driving faster than the posted 55-mile-per-hour speed limit.

Reports indicate troopers smelled marijuana as soon as they approached the vehicle. When asked if she had drugs in the car, Raymond handed troopers a bag containing marijuana.

When troopers searched the vehicle they found a backpack containing larger amounts of marijuana, THC cookies and a set of digital scales.

Raymond was transported to the North Central Regional Jail and charged with possession with intent to deliver.

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