Hesperia Traffic Stop Leads to Discovery Several Pounds of Marijuana

Hesperia Traffic Stop Leads to Discovery Several Pounds of Marijuana

HESPERIA – A 41-year-old Rosemead man was arrested after a traffic stop led to the discovery of several pounds of marijuana on Tuesday night.

At around 8:20 p.m. a deputy from the Hesperia station noticed a vehicle driving on Main Street near Second Avenue at a high rate of speed. He attempted to make contact with the driver by initiating a traffic stop. The driver yielded to the deputy and was identified of Yong Li. According to the deputy, Li appeared very nervous and there was an odor of marijuana coming from his vehicle. The deputy conducted a search and found a large amount of cash and several pounds of packaged marijuana.

Li was booked into the High Desert Detention Center for transporting marijuana for the purpose of sale and was cited then released.

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