Marijuana smell leads officer to fake credit cards, licenses
By Associated Press
MT. JULIET, Tenn. (AP) - Authorities say two Georgia men were arrested with drugs, fraudulent credit cards and driver's licenses after police smelled marijuana coming from a car parked at a shopping mall just outside Nashville, Tennessee.
WSMV-TV (http://bit.ly/2kY77rZ ) reports that Mt. Juliet Police said an officer was patrolling the parking lot at Providence Marketplace around 4:10 p.m. Saturday when he smelled marijuana coming from a car. Police arrested 29-year-old Dominique Holmes after searching the car and finding marijuana, pills, credit cards with different names and driver's licenses from Texas, Oklahoma, Alabama and California.
Police also arrested 26-year-old Gregory Grant who they say was found trying to hide inside a movie theater.
Holmes and Grant were booked into the Wilson County jail on multiple charges.
It was not immediately known if they have attorneys.
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