Buffalo Traffic Stop Ends With Possession, Other Charges

Buffalo Traffic Stop Ends With Possession, Other Charges

A routine traffic stop in Buffalo Saturday night ended in possession of a controlled substance charges for an out-of-state driver.
According to Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, An officer pulled a vehicle over that was being driven by Adam Freeman. During the subsequent stop, the officer discovered conflicting information on the vehicle's registration. Continuing their investigation, they found that Freeman was driving with no insurance as well.
Carder tells us what happened next.
Freeman, in addition to being charged with possession, was also charged with driving without insurance and improper registration.

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