Cortland Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Charges
Monday, September 30, 2013
Cortland Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Charges
A traffic stop by Cortland City Police Friday night led to drug charges for two men.

City Police stopped a vehicle on Grant Street around 11:30 Friday night.
During the stop officers found the drug methamphetamine in the car, the driver 24 year old Cody Marshall of 249 Route 11, Tully was charged with three misdemeanor counts of possessing a controlled substance and a felony charge of tampering with evidence.
A passenger, 23 year old Derick Ledger who lives at the Cortland Motel on Route 11 in Polkville was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Police say Marshall was charged with evidenced tampering after he tried to smash a small vial containing meth while in the booking area at the City Police station.
Ledger was sent to the county jail on $1 thousand dollars cash or $2 thousand dollars bond, Marshall was held on $15 hundred dollars cash or $2 thousand dollars bond.
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