GREENFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Massachusetts State Troopers arrested a man from Windsor, Connecticut, early Sunday morning, during a traffic stop in Greenfield.
According to State Police Media Relations, around 2:40 a.m. Sunday, State Troopers assigned to the Shelburne Falls Barracks noticed a 2002 black Acura without a plate light. They pulled the car over on Leyden Road in Greenfield with 2 people inside.
The troopers questioned the driver, 32-year-old Tyler Junk, and the passenger, who police said had a “medical emergency” and had to be treated by the Greenfield EMS.
State Police said the troopers searched the car and allegedly found a brass knuckle knife in the center console, and a black backpack that had a large plastic bag with green candy, possibly containing THC, and 9 small plastic bags with 3.5 oz. of THC. Also, the troopers found 2 open 16 oz. Bud Light cans.
The troopers arrested Junk, and then allegedly found a plastic bag of white powder, possibly cocaine, on him, State Police said. Junk was taken to the Shelburne Falls Barracks for booking.
Junk was charged with the following charges:
- Possession to Distribute Class D
- Possession to Distribute Class C
- Alcohol in Motor Vehicle, Possession of Open Container
- Number Plate Violation
- Possession Class B
- Registration Not in Possession
- Dangerous Weapon, Carry
Junk was released on $500 bail. No other information was made available on the passengers condition, or potential charges.