VANDERBURGH COUNTY, Ind. (WEVV) — A man is facing DUI and marijuana dealing charges after state police pulled him over Monday.
Officials with the Indiana State Police say 29-year-old Hunter Sunderland was pulled over on Monday morning by a trooper who saw him going 88 MPH in a 60 MPH zone on I-69.
According to the trooper, Sunderland cut off a semi and nearly caused an accident.
When Sunderland was pulled over, state police say they could smell marijuana. They say Sunderland told them there was marijuana in the car, and that he had smoked a few hours ago.
After Sunderland failed field sobriety tests his vehicle was searched, ISP said, leading to the discovery of liquid THC, empty boxes of THC vape cartridges, about 42 grams of marijuana, a digital scale, and other paraphernalia.
ISP says a black bag with cash in it was found on the floorboard. They say they had Sunderland count the money, and that it totaled about $1,600.
According to ISP, Sunderland denied dealing marijuana and said it was for his personal use.
As a result of the investigation, Sunderland was arrested and booked into the Vanderburgh County Jail on charges of DUI endangerment and dealing marijuana.
Officials with the Indiana State Police say 29-year-ol Hunter Sunderland was pulled over on Monday morning by a trooper who saw him going 88 MPH in a 60 MPH zone. Read More