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Tuesday, April 7, 2015

TOWN OF LOCKPORT — A 28-year-old O’Brien Drive man was charged with numerous traffic and drug violations Friday morning following a Groff Road traffic stop.

According to the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office, Brandon R. Campbell, 121 O’Brien Dr., was stopped atk approximately 9 a.m. on Groff Road for having an expired inspection sticker. A DMV check found the vehicle to also be uninsured.

When patrol was interviewing Campbell, they noticed the smell of marijuana and saw what appeared to be a white pill on the seat between Campbell’s legs, which turned out to be a 10mg Methadone pill. Campbell denied having marijuana in the car and feigned ignorance about the pill.

When police further inspected the vehicle, patrol found a bag of suspected marijuana and six more of the white Methadone pills. At that point, Campbell admitted to ownership of the pills and said he also had a partial Suboxone strip in his wallet, which he has a prescription for, although he could not produce said prescription. Campbell also then admitted that the marijuana was his.

Campbell was charged with two counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of marijuana, a public health violation, and having a prescription medication in a non-prescription container. He was also issued traffic tickets for driving without a valid inspection and driving without insurance.

He was taken to Niagara County Jail and held on $500 bail. He is set to appear in Town of Lockport Court on Thursday. The Methadone pills, "Suboxone" strip and suspected marijuana were submitted to the Niagara County Forensic Laboratory for evidence and analysis.

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