A man stopped in Boston by Massachusetts State Police troopers for having a suspended driver’s license found himself facing more charges after authorities say he had a large amount of marijuana and THC edibles inside his SUV.
On Monday, Trooper Patrick Greaney, a recently graduated member of the 84th RTT, and his field training officer Trooper Ziad Kamel, stopped an SUV on Storrow Drive in Boston after discovering the registered owner possessed a suspended driver’s license, state police said.
The troopers confirmed the registered owner, 39-year-old Aaron Ogungbadero of Brookline, was behind the wheel. He was arrested at that time.
“While conducting an inventory of the vehicle prior to towing it they discovered a large amount of marijuana, edible THC products, and THC oil products,” state police said.
Ogungbadero was charged with drug possession after the discovery. He was arraigned in court Tuesday with possession of a class D drug, possession of a class D drug with intent to distribute and driving with a suspended license.