Grand Junction Police Make Drug Arrest After Traffic Stop
7 Eyewitness News Staff
Grand Junction, Tenn. - Grand Junction Police said loud music led them to the arrest of a man for allegedly having marijuana with the intent to sell it.
Authorities said they recovered not only drugs, but cash, and a hand gun after a traffic stop Saturday night. Officers said they pulled over Jairus Terry after hearing loud music coming from his vehicle.
Officers said they smelled marijuana inside the green Chrysler Van and found sandwich bags and Crazy Monkey Herbal Spice as well.
Officials seized nearly $550 cash. Terry now faces several drug related charges.