Police: Greenfield traffic stop yields 25 pounds of marijuana

MARTIN, Tenn. — Drugs, guns and cash all were recovered in an investigation stemming from a Saturday night traffic stop in Greenfield, police say. When Atari Thomas, 34, of Martin, was pulled over by police in Greenfield, a search of his Lincoln Continental allegedly turned up about 25 pounds of marijuana, according to a release from the Martin police department. The traffic stop also led police to multiple locations in Martin where search warrants were served, leading police to weapons and about $20,000 in cash, the release states. Thomas is charged with felony possession of marijuana with intent to resale, according to the release. He is being held at the Weakley County Detention Center awaiting arraignment. The 27th Judicial District Drug Task Force, the Greenfield Police Department, the Martin Police Department and the Weakley County Sheriff’s Department all were involved in the arrest and investigation, according to the release.

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