Pittsburgh man charged with possession after stop in Adams Township

March 13, 2019 Cranberry Local News

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ADAMS TWP — A Pittsburgh man landed in the Butler County Jail on Sunday after police say they caught him with suspected marijuana, packaged to sell, as well as THC cartridges and drug paraphernalia.

Township police stopped a white Toyota Corolla driven by Nosakhere Williams, 22, of Pittsburgh on Sunday for equipment violations.

During the stop, officers discovered a large plastic bag of suspected marijuana “concealed in the trunk” that “appeared to be packaged for sale,” documents state.

Police also found four THC oil cartridges, a metal grinder and a glass jar, each with marijuana residue, documents state.

Officers took Williams to the Butler County Jail.

He is charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Williams is held in the Butler County Jail on a bond of $10,000.

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Caleb Harshberger

Caleb Harshberger

Caleb Harshberger is a reporter covering Adams, Forward and Middlesex Townships and Evans City, Callery and Valencia Boroughs. He started as an intern with the Butler Eagle in Jan. 2017 and was hired as a staff writer in June of that year. Harshberger earned a degree in philosophy at Grove City College in 2017 and is originally from Syracuse, N.Y.