“Cloned” Credit Cards and Over a Pound of Cannabis Brownies Seized on Traffic Stop

This article was published on: 05/9/16 7:38 PM by Mike Minarsky

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TOLLAND, CT (May 9, 2016): State Troopers arrested two individuals and seized counterfeit credit cards and medical cannabis brownies following a traffic stop early Sunday morning.

On Sunday, May 8, 2016 at approximately 12:25 a.m., a Trooper observed a Ford Edge driving erratically, speeding and changing lanes without signaling as it traveled west on I-84 in the town of Tolland. The trooper stopped the vehicle and during the course of the traffic stop found the operator to be in possession of counterfeit credit cards and a fraudulent driver’s license. Further investigation resulted in the discovery of 20 envelopes containing butane hash oil and 24 plastic foil bags containing 1.7 pounds of medical cannabis brownies. Both the operator and passenger were placed under arrest and transported to Troop C for processing.

Arrestee #1: Jason Glashen-Matthias (DOB: 5/10/84)

1060 Union Street

Brooklyn, New York 11225

Charges: Possession of a Controlled Substance

Possession w/ Intent to Sell

Credit Card Forgery

Credit Card Counterfeiting

Illegal Use of a Credit Card

Criminal Impersonation

Speeding

Bond: $250,000

Court: Rockville Superior Court

5/9/16

 

Arrestee #2: Jeffrey Sanon (DOB: 9/26/82)

48 Murdock Street

Brighton, Massachusetts 02135

Charges: Possession of a Controlled Substance

Possession w/ Intent to Sell

Interfering w/ an Officer

Bond: $250,000

Court: Rockville Superior Court

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