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Traffic stop results in drug arrests, officials say

Published On: Feb 26 2014 03:14:29 PM CST   Updated On: Feb 27 2014 09:57:56 AM CST
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MUSCODA, Wis. -

Three people from Richland Center were arrested Tuesday night on drug charges after a traffic stop, according to a release.

Muscoda police conducted a traffic stop around 10 p.m. on a vehicle driving without its headlights on, officials said. During the stop officers searched the vehicle and found approximately 2 ounces of marijuana, a scale, several plastic baggies and other drug paraphernalia items.

Skyler Gulsrud, 18, was arrested on charges of possession with intent to deliver marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to the release. Taylor Moon, 20, and Brandee Keepers, 19, were arrested on charges of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

NOTE: The original version of this story stated the police found 6 ounces of marijuana. Police later revised the weight to 2 ounces.

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