Youngstown traffic stop uncovers mobile pharmacy of pills

Officers pulled over 30-year-old Teddaro Williams Wednesday for running a stop sign at E. Florida Avenue and Erie Street

Tedarro Williams is charged with drug possession.
YOUNGSTOWN: Arrested June 14 - Teddaro Williams, 30, charged with drug possession

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – A traffic stop in Youngstown uncovered a multitude of pills of different varieties.

According to a police report, officers pulled over 30-year-old Tedarro Williams Wednesday for running a stop sign at E. Florida Avenue and Erie Street.

Police said Williams kept trying to reach into a computer bag even after they told him to stop. Police say Williams told them that he may have a marijuana blunt in the bag, but it turns out police found much more.

A search of the vehicle uncovered over 180 pills including Tramadol, zolpidem (commonly Ambien), clonazepam (commonly Klonopin), amphetamines, lorazepam, diazepam, and hydrocodone, according to a police report. Police also reported finding marijuana, cocaine and a digital scale.

Williams was arrested and charged with drug possession.


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