Stop of Car Missing License Plate Leads to Drug Charges for Driver

On May 26 around 9:30pm Greenwich Police on patrol in the area of Delavan Ave spotted a car with no front license plate.

It was determined that the vehicle had a temporary Texas dealer registration affixed to the rear only of the vehicle.

Police stopped the car and upon investigation determined that the driver had concealed on his person and within the vehicle individual packages containing a green leafy substance that later tested a presumptive positive for the presence of THC.

The packaging was such that each contained approximately an equal weight.

Officers reasonably believed that they were packaged for individual sale.

Officers also found a small digital scale in the vehicle.

Lastly, police say the driver has a spring loaded gravity folding knife.

The driver was identified as Travis Campbell, 34, of White Plains, NY. He was arrested and charged with Illegal Possession of a Weapon in a Motor Vehicle, Illegal Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

He was released after positing 10% of his $1,000 bond and was assigned a date in Stamford Superior Court on June 28, 2021.