Sheriffs: Meth, marijuana found after traffic stop in Crandon

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CRANDON (WLUK) -- Forest County deputies say a traffic stop lead to the arrest of four people after finding meth, marijuana and drug paraphernalia in a vehicle Wednesday morning.

It happened after an official pulled over the vehicle for an expired registration.

When asking for the names and birth dates of the passengers in the backseat, the deputy noticed .22 caliber rounds in a plastic bag on the backseat floor, as well as several backpacks and other items.

The backseat passengers gave the deputy fake names and birth dates, leading to their arrest.

Deputies searched the driver and found meth, marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

That's when the deputies searched the car, finding a stolen gun and more drug paraphernalia.

Forest County officials say all four people been arrested on numerous charges.

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