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A New Castle man charged with possession of drugs and a firearm remains in the Lawrence County jail on $10,000 bond.

Glenn David Samuels III, 27, of 269 Thornhill Drive, was charged by New Castle police with prohibited possession of a firearm, possession of a concealed weapon without a license, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving while operating privileges are suspended or revoked and driving a vehicle with suspended plates. He was arraigned before district judge Melissa Amodie who set bond at $10,000. His preliminary hearing  is scheduled for today in Lawrence County Central Court.

According to the police report, officers at 10:23 p.m. June 28, stopped a vehicle that had a suspended registration plate. Officers said the car, containing two men, pulled over into a gas station on Highland Avenue.

The report said officers could smell a strong marijuana smell coming from the car as they began the traffic stop.

The driver, identified as Samuels, was found to have an suspended driver’s license.

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Doing a search of the car, officers found a .45 caliber handgun under the fabric cover of a child’s car seat in the back seat of the vehicle, according to the report.

The report said the passenger said he had no knowledge of the gun and was released.

At the police station, Samuels was searched and  in his underwear was recovered a small plastic bag of suspected cocaine.

According to the report, the gun and suspected cocaine were placed into evidence at the police department.

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