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Large amount of marijuana found during routine traffic stop


A routine traffic stop in Bellevue Thursday evening resulted in the discovery of 24 pounds of marijuana and the arrest of one woman.



Greta Marie McAdams, 57, was charged with possession of marijuana over 5 pounds, less than 50 pounds. Bond has been set at $20,000.

McAdams was traveling south on Hwy. 287 when she was pulled over for speeding. During the traffic stop, DPS Trooper Chad Harden noticed the smell of marijuana. A search of the vehicle turned up a blue duffle bag containing 21 vacuum sealed plastic bags in the back of the SUV. The plastic bags contained a total of 24 pounds of marijuana.

McAdams holds a Hawaii driver’s license, but is believed to be from California.

Clay County Constable Ronnie Pullin assisted with the arrest after driving up on the scene, according to a source.


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