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Vehicle Violation and Odor of Marijuana Lead to Forgery Arrest

A vehicle violation, the odor of marijuana, and a subsequent search land a man in jail for forgery. According to Truckee Area CHP Officer Michael McDonnell the incident began, as so many do, with a vehicle code violation.

Click here to listen to Officer Michael McDonnell

The officer made contact with the driver, identified as 30 year old Jason Bejoc of Sacramento who was on his way to Reno. The car did not belong to Bejoc. The officer did notice the smell of marijuana coming from the vehicle.

Click here to listen to Officer Michael McDonnell{03-13Truckee Forgery3b} q….conducted roadside. (:08)

The officer locating a number of forgery related items as well as small amounts of drugs and paraphernalia.

{03-13Truckee Forgery3c} q…personal information. (:16)

Most of the forged credit cards were embossed with the suspects name.
Approximately one gram of methamphetamine adn a smoking pipe along with remnants of smoked marijuana were also located.
The forgery and theft aspect of the case are still under investigation.

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