Traffic Stop in Bradley County Nets 7 Pounds of Marijuana

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Updated: 6/11/2013 6:54 pm
A routine traffic stop on I-75 in Bradley County turns up 7 pounds of marijuana.
31-year-old Shevin Michael Fisher was a passenger in the car.
The Bradley County Sheriff's Office says the vehicle was speeding and changed lanes without signalling on Monday.
When detectives pulled over the car, Fisher admitted the marijuana was his, along with 60 hydrocodone pills.
Investigators say Fisher got busted in January for travelling through Bradley County with 5 pounds of marijuana.

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