A traffic stop in Tolland led to two arrests and the seizure of fraudulent credit cards and marijuana brownies.
Jason Glashen-Matthias, 31, of Brooklyn, NY and 33-year-old Jeffrey Sanon of Brighton, MA face a number of charges, according to state police.
Troopers said they conducted the stop after seeing a Ford Edge drive erratically on Interstate 84 west in Tolland. The driver was speeding and changing lanes without signaling.
A trooper stopped the vehicle and noticed that the driver was in possession of counterfeit credit cards and a fake driver's license.
Further investigation revealed the discovery of 20 envelopes that contained butane hash oil and 24 plastic foil bags with nearly 2 pounds of medical cannabis brownies.
Glashen-Matthias was charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession with intent to sell, credit card forgery, credit card counterfeiting, illegal use of a credit card, criminal impersonation and speeding.
His bond was set at $250,000.
Sanon was charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession with intent to sell and interfering with an officer.
His bond was also set at $250,000.
Both were on the docket to face a judge in Rockville Superior Court on Monday.
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