A traffic stop on I-69 on Saturday resulted in two Michigan men being arrested on drug charges.
Around 8 p.m. Saturday, authorities said a dark SUV was spotted going 92 mph in the southbound lanes.
The vehicle was pulled over by an Indiana State Police Trooper. While the trooper was speaking with the driver, 40-year-old Jerome Middlebrooks, the trooper said he could smell the odor of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle.
The trooper said he asked about the possibility of drugs. The front seat passenger, 42-year-old Keyon Jackson, allegedly showed the trooper a small bag of marijuana.
The trooper then began to search the vehicle.
Authorities said over one pound of cocaine was found in the vehicle. Both Middlebrooks and Jackson were arrested and sent to the Daviess County, Indiana Jail.
Both men are from Pontiac, Michigan.
Middlebrooks is charged with dealing in a Schedule I controlled substance, possession of cocaine, maintaining a common nuisance, and possession of marijuana.
Jackson is charged with dealing in a Schedule I controlled substance, possession of cocaine, maintaining a common nuisance, unlawful possession of a hypodermic syringe, and possession of marijuana.
(This story was originally published on August 14, 2017)