Car search in Indiana yields estimated $33,000 worth of marijuana

PUTNAM COUNTY, Ind. – Two people were arrested on Friday afternoon  after being caught with what appeared to be several different kinds of drugs in their vehicle, according to Indiana State Police.

An Indiana State Police Trooper pulled over a car near the eastbound 40 mile marker on Interstate 70, which was in violation of the Left Lane Law.

The Trooper stopped Daniel Wade, 30, and Veronica McClam, 25 and detected signs of possible criminal activity.

The Trooper searched the car to find what appeared to be 11 pounds of marijuana, one ounce of cannabis powder, 12 controlled substance pills, and one gram of methamphetamine.

That amount of marijuana has an estimated street value of around $33,000.

The two were arrested and then incarcerated in the Putnam County Jail.

Wade was charged with dealing marijuana and possession of marijuana. 

McClam was charged with dealing marijuana, possession of marijuana, possession of methamphetamine, and possession of a controlled substance.

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