Passenger charged for cocaine in sockFebruary 12,2014Passenger charged
for cocaine in sock
Police say they arrested a Vermont car passenger with crack cocaine concealed in a sock.
The arrest occurred Monday on Interstate 91 near Springfield.
Vermont State Police said a police dog alerted a trooper to the presence of narcotics in a vehicle pulled over for expired registration and obstruction to driverís view. The trooper said he found 42.5 grams of crack cocaine concealed at the bottom of a passengerís sock while performing a consent search.
Police arrested and cited Geovanie Guzman of Springfield, Mass., on a charge of possession of crack cocaine.
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