According to police, South Windsor officers were investigating a suspicious vehicle and persons complaint on Tallwood Drive on Sunday at around 1 a.m.
During a roadside interview when police came into contact with the suspect, officers learned the driver of the car was allegedly in possession of marijuana, marijuana “edibles” and drug paraphernalia.
Police say the man allegedly had a butterfly knife and brass knuckles in possession as well.
A full search of the vehicle found 28 pounds of 300mg THC edible candy bars, a Ziploc bag of marijuana, 401 grams containing marijuana oil that can be smoked via vaporizing pipe.
The suspect was also said to have a bulletproof vest with patches for ATF and police, .45 caliber ammunition, and two pellet rifles in the car, according to police.
Officers arrested the suspect Caleb Lomme 21 of New Hampshire, and charged him with operation of a drug factory, use, possession, and sale of drugs, among others. Lomme is being held on a $200,000 surety bond and will be presented in court on Monday.
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