ATLANTA, GEORGIA RESIDENTS FACE DRUG-RELATED FELONIES AFTER TRAFFIC STOP IN LAFAYETTE COUNTY

Two Atlanta, Georgia, residents have been charged with drug-related felonies after a traffic stop in Lafayette County on June 4.

According to a probable-cause statement, the deputy reportedly found multiple drug-related items during a probable-cause search of the vehicle, including multiple brown bags filled with items from a commercial marijuana dispensary from the Denver area. The items found reportedly included 98 grams of a green, leafy substance; approximately 20 grams of THC Shatter; four vials of THC oil; two THC vaporizers; and a marijuana grinder.

Online court documents say 40-year-old Jeff Schomberg and 36-year-old Ayann Shomberg each has been charged with two counts of a Class E Felony for Delivery of 35 Grams or Less of Marijuana or Synthetic Cannabinoid and a driving-related misdemeanor. Bond for each has been set at $10,000 cash or surety.

An initial hearing for each defendant is pending at Lafayette County Circuit Court.