Two Quincy men were arrested March 8 and charged with possession of marijuana with intent to sell. After a search of both men, officers found one large bag containing approximately 1 pound of marijuana, eight small bags of marijuana, two small bags of methamphetamine, a small bag of cocaine, two test kits and $572.31 in currency between the two men.
Arrested were Cornelius Wooden, 26, of 1105 Joe Adams Road and Terrall Smith, 27, of 460 Carter Road.
According to their arrest report, this is what happened:
While on routine patrol around 11:38 p.m. in the Cleveland Street area, Lt. Eric Howell noticed a suspicious red Honda backed into a poorly lighted corner of a closed restaurant. When he approached the vehicle, the officer noted a strong order of marijuana coming from the vehicle, and he asked Wooden, who was in the driver’s seat, to step out of the car. Wooden complied and when asked what he had in his pants pocket, Wooden told Howell he had weed in it. When asked for his identification, Wooden presented his Department of Corrections identification.
Smith remained in the vehicle, but officers discovered he could not exit the back seat because the child restraint lock had been placed on the doors. Beneath where he was sitting, marijuana was found in a Wild Adventures bag.
Both men were transported to the county jail.