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A traffic stop on Quaker Meetinghouse Road in Sandwich Tuesday afternoon, October 20, resulted in multiple drug charges for the vehicle’s three occupants.

Sandwich Police detectives initially saw the car at a gas station on Cotuit Road and checked the vehicle’s license plate. The owner of the vehicle came back as having an expired license.

Police said they followed the vehicle and eventually stopped it near Corpus Christi Church at 3:25 PM. They identified the driver as Dylan T. McCoog, 21, of Marion.

Police said the passengers in the vehicle appeared to be trying to hide items in the vehicle. Police asked them to step from the vehicle, which they did. The passengers were identified as Victoria A. Lang, 18, of East Sandwich and a 17-year-old girl, also from East Sandwich.

The juvenile admitted to having acid in her pocket and gave it to police, police said.

According to the police report, a search of the vehicle turned up a switchblade, $3,700 in cash, more than two pounds of marijuana, a large quantity of dabs (a concentrated form of cannabis), 11 Xanax pills, four Roxicodone pills, 172 oxycodone pills, 1.4 ounces of mushrooms, 52 Adderall pills, one amphetamine pill and one bag of an unknown white powder, which Mr. McCoog had concealed in his underwear and subsequently attempted to destroy, police said.

As a result of the traffic stop, Mr. McCoog was arrested and charged with two counts of possession with intent to distribute a Class B drug, two counts of possession with intent to distribute a Class C drug, possession with intent to distribute a Class D drug, possession with intent to distribute a Class E drug, possession of a Class B drug, two counts of possession of a Class E drug, carrying a dangerous weapon, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, a marked lanes violation and withholding evidence from a criminal proceeding.

Ms. Lang was arrested and charged with two counts of possession with intent to distribute a Class B drug, two counts of possession with intent to distribute a Class C drug, possession with intent to distribute a Class D drug, possession of a Class B drug and two counts of possession of a Class E drug.

The juvenile was released to her parents and will be summoned to court on charges of possession with intent to distribute a Class B drug, two counts of possession with intent to distribute a Class C drug, possession with intent to distribute a Class D drug, two counts of possession of a Class B drug and possession of a Class E drug.

(2) comments

Poemwriterscott

It sounds like one- stop shopping for drugs! Why are kids strung out on drugs? Increased hopelessness. Ted Kazcinski wrote a manifesto describing the evils of technology. Kids seek an escape from a rigged system that makes them feel powerless to effect change

ONE NATION UNDER GOD

"rigged system?" STOP IT! Its results of broken homes, missing dads and lack of God in the family. Nothing to do with the system.Fix your home first then worry about trying to fix other things.

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