Two charged after south county stop

KIANTONE — Two Jamestown residents are facing marijuana and endangering the welfare of a child charges after a traffic stop.

Around 12:30 a.m. Friday, deputies stopped a motor vehicle on Route 60 near Martin Road for having only one working headlight. Upon stopping the vehicle deputies spoke with the driver Selena Santiago, 23, of 45 Franklin St., and while speaking with the driver the deputy could smell marijuana emanating from the vehicle. The front seat passenger of the vehicle Dakota Raymond, 21, of 440 Windsor St. did produce a marijuana cigar.

The driver was given and failed field sobriety and was arrested for DWAI drugs. Also in the vehicle was a 2-year-old child prompting the additional charges against the driver of DWAI Leandra Law and endangering the welfare of a child. The passenger was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana.


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