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Biggs was northbound on the I near mile marker 14 in a Chevrolet Impala when a state police trooper observed the vehicle strike and cross the yellow fog line multiple times, police said.
The trooper stopped the car and, upon approaching it, noticed an odor of burnt marijuana coming from the vehicle. Biggs, who showed signs of impairment, admitted to smoking THC wax and oil about two hours before the traffic stop, police said. A further search of the vehicle reportedly turned up a coffee can with a hidden compartment containing a baggie of Ketamine, 31 Alprazolam pills and plastic bags for distribution, as well as multiple wrapping paper packages and THC oil.
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