Estimated $7,500 worth of drugs seized during Henry County traffic stop

HENRY COUNTY, Ind. – Authorities seized around $7,500 worth of drugs during a traffic stop in Henry County Monday morning.

A deputy pulled over the suspects’ 2015 Toyota Camry around the 133 mile marker of eastbound I-70 around 9 a.m. for allegedly following too close and an improper license plate display.

When speaking with the occupants of the vehicle, the deputy says he reported noticing the smell of marijuana and seeing commercially produced marijuana containers.

During a search of the vehicle, officers found multiple plastic containers, lip balms, THC infused edibles, THC infused bath soak, THC – Shatter / Crumble and Wax, marijuana paraphernalia and a small container containing one Ecstasy pill.

The driver, Darrell Christopher Ford, 23, and passenger, Chrstian Bryner, 24, were both arrested for dealing marijuana and they were both being held on bond in Henry County. Bryner was also charged with a possession of schedule I controlled substance.