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Drug apparatus found in car

BOSTON — New York State Trooper Christopher Sullivan of the state police’s Boston barracks stopped a vehicle on Route 219 in the town of Boston on April 13 at 3:45 p.m., for going 97 mph in a 65 mph zone.

The operator, Nathan Davey, 21, of Glenwood, and passenger, Emery O’Neil, 21, of Buffalo, were not wearing seat belts.

Sullivan observed a marijuana pipe in the vehicle and O’Neil turned over a plastic bag, containing a small ball of hashish. A search of the vehicle revealed two more pipes’ containing marijuana residue and a glass jar that contained marijuana.

Davey and O’Neil were issued traffic tickets, for not wearing seat belts, and appearance tickets, for unlawful possession of marijuana. Davey was also charged with speeding and unsafe tires.

The defendants were scheduled to appear in the town of Boston Court.

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2013-04-30 | 12:33:32
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If your going to post my incident online get my info right at least. I'm Nathan Davey and I'm only 21. Another royal mistake by the wonderful town of Springville.
2013-05-13 | 19:39:12
grammar
Your grammar is incorrect also! It's not "if your going to post," it's if YOU'RE going to post. You tree smoking troglodyte!!!