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Cocaine and cannabis were recovered after a K9 narcotics sniff of the vehicle

A traffic stop in Quincy resulted in a drug bust Sunday night.

The Quincy Police Department's Street Crimes Unit conducted a traffic stop at 27th and Chestnut on a vehicle driven by 21 year old Chayla Smith.

During the stop, Quincy Police K9  "Kilo" conducted a narcotics sniff of the vehicle and led officers to a backpack containaing over 10 grams of suspected cocaine and over 140 grams of suspected cannabis. A digital scale and over $1500 were also found.

Smith, of 217 N. Washington, Ursa, IL was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and possession of cannabis.

The passenger in the car, 27 year old Natas Reed of 418 Chestnut, who has been on parole from the Illinois Department of Corrections since August of 2012, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and possession of cannabis with intent to deliver. He
was lodged in the Adam’s County Jail.


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