Deputies: 8 baggies of cocaine found during traffic stop
PLYMOUTH, Ind. – Two individuals were arrested during a traffic stop Sunday morning after a deputy spotted a baggie full of cocaine in the vehicle, according to the Marshall County Police Department.
Deputies say a traffic stop was made on a 2008 Dodge Charger in a Walmart parking lot around midnight.
The driver of the vehicle, 29-year-old Angel Ruiz-Flores, was said to be driving without ever having a driver’s license.
According to officials, while speaking with the two occupants of the Charger, the deputy spotted a clear bag that contained 8 individual baggies of cocaine. The total amount of cocaine found in the bag was approximately 7.4 grams.
The passenger, 27-year-old Luis Ulloa-Torres, allegedly had cocaine on him as well.
Both Ruiz-Flores and Ulloa-Torres were booked in the Marshall County Jail for the dealing and possession of cocaine. Ruiz-Flores faces an additional charge of driving without ever receiving a license.