Noise Complaint Leads to Marijuana Bust in Farmington Hills

The following information was provided by Farmington Hills Police. Arrests and charges do not indicate a conviction.

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A 30-year-old Farmington Hills man faces drug possession charges, after a neighbor contacted police late Monday night about loud music coming from his home in Mobil Manor park on Eight Mile Road. 

According to police, officers knocked on the man's door when the neighbor agreed to sign a noise complaint. The music was turned off, but the officers noticed an odor of marijuana as they were speaking to the man. He turned over a small quantity of marijuana. 

Police said the man had two prior arrests for marijuana possession. 

Three Detroit residents face multiple charges, after an officer stopped a vehicle at Grand River and Colgate early Sunday afternoon, because of a defective brake light.

Police said the 45-year-old driver did not have a valid license and had pieces of marijuana in his pocket. Officers found crack cocaine when the female passenger, age 41, was searched. She also handed over a syringe she had hidden in her crotch.

A male passenger, age 33, had several warrants out for his arrest. In addition, a search of the vehicle turned up an open bottle of liquor. 


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