30-year-old Bobby Holder was charged with drug paraphernalia and simple possession after an officer smelled marijuana coming from his vehicle during a traffic stop for speeding.
On July 30th, Deputy Tobler paced a vehicle driving 65 miles per hour in a zone posted 55 miles per hour during a routine patrol in the area of Sparta Pike in Watertown. He conducted a traffic stop and identified the driver as Bobby Holder. The officer detected the odor of cannabis emanating from the vehicle.
Holder admitted to having a metal lunch box on the passenger seat containing marijuana. He was asked to exit the vehicle and a search was conducted. Inside the metal box was a plastic baggy containing approximately 64 grams of a green, leafy, plant-like material suspected to be cannabis, a set of digital scales, and several plastic baggies.
Bobby Holder was arrested and charged with drug paraphernalia and simple possession. He was later released on his own recognizance.