Early morning traffic stop in Auburn leads to drug charges

A traffic stop early Sunday uncovered drugs, a large sum of money and a weapon, according to the Auburn Police Department.

Police said officers stopped a black BMW at approximately 3:04 a.m. for driving without adequate tail lights. The operator of the vehicle, Antwoin Anderson, 34, of Auburn, also had a suspended driver’s license.

After smelling marijuana in the vehicle, officers conducted a search and found nearly seven ounces of marijuana, close to two ounces of cocaine, a black starter pistol with ammunition and more than $1,850 in cash.

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