Police Find $35K Worth of Marijuana in Rental Car

A Massachusetts man has been arrested after state police in New Hampshire found about $35,000 worth of marijuana in his rental car, according to a report by the Bangor Daily News.

Michael Donovan of Westminster, Mass., was pulled over in North Hampton, N.H., on Interstate 95. When police spoke to him, they say they detected a strong odor of marijuana, says the report. A K-9 unit was called.

Inside the car, police found 17 jars containing approximately two pounds of marijuana and 10 marijuana plants, according to the report.

Click here for the full Bangor Daily News report. 

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