Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Rainbow Family Attendee Arrested For Drugs
A seatbelt violation has led to the arrest of a man attending the Rainbow Family gathering in the Cherokee National Forest. A Forest Service police officer stopped 59 year old Michael Sullivan of West Virginia for a seatbelt violation. A search of his vehicle by a Sullivan County K-9 uncovered pills, peyote, and a glass bottle containing liquid THC. THC is the active ingredient in marijuana. Police estimate the street value of the drugs at nearly 90 thousand dollars. (jb)

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