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A search by a Jasper K-9 unit during a traffic stop Monday afternoon found the presence of drugs in a vehicle at a southeast side convenience store leading to the arrest of two people on charges of  possession of marijuana.

Around at quarter till one yesterday afternoon an officer with the Jasper Police Department pulled over an SUV after the officer noticed the vehicle was being operated with an expired license plate.

Police say the vehicle driven by 35-year old Terra Marshall along with a passenger 37-year old Jonathon Reynolds both of Jasper pulled into Huck’s along Third Avenue.

A check on Reynolds by police resulted in an active warrant out of Orange County. He was taken into custody.

A search by the department’s K-9 unit located marijuana and drug paraphernalia inside the passenger compartment of the vehicle.

Police say both Marshall and Reynolds will be charged with possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia. Police added that Marshall also will be ticketed for having an expired registration, no insurance and driving while suspended.

They were taken to the Dubois County Security Center.

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