Hashish, mushrooms, and THC candy bars found during traffic stop on Interstate 80

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SEWARD COUNTY, Neb. (KOLN) -- Two Michigan men are facing charges in Nebraska after they were caught on Interstate 80 with 367 hashish wax containers, 134 cartridges of hashish oil, 20 grams of mushrooms, 8 ounces of liquid THC, 38 THC candy bars, marijuana, and cash.

A Seward County sergeant stopped the vehicle around 3:00 PM on Thursday, February 8. According to the sergeant, the vehicle changed lanes without signaling. While at the passenger window, the sergeant noticed marijuana was spilled over the center console and floor. After a search of the vehicle, more drugs and money were found.

The street value of the drugs is estimated at $25,000.

Jonathan Roosen, 24, of Waterford, Michigan and Kaysar Kazem, 26, of Detroit, Michigan were arrested for possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, possession of hashish wax, possession of hashish oil, possession of hallucinogens, possession of liquid THC, possession of marijuana under an ounce, possession of US currency used to facilitate the purchase of illegal narcotics, and no drug tax stamp.

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