DELAWARE CO., Ind. — Going over 100 mph on the interstate might not be the best idea when you have marijuana, more than 200 vials of liquid THC and a suspended driver’s license.
Indiana State Trooper Bradley Tucker clocked James Oldham’s car going 102 mph on I-69. Tucker tried to catch up to Oldham’s car as it got off at the Muncie/Yorktown exit.
Oldham passed a car on the ramp and then ran a red light to pull into a gas station.
Tucker was able to talk to Oldham as he came out of the restroom.
Tucker found that Oldham had a suspended license, and when they went back to the car to get the registration, Tucker said he could smell marijuana.
Police found a bag of marijuana from California and 201 vials of liquid THC, worth $10,050.
Oldham was charged with possession of marijuana and driving with a suspended license.
(Photo: Indiana State Police)