PACKING ENOUGH WEED FOR CHEECH & CHONG BIRTHDAY PARTY: JOSEPH MICHAEL MCINTYRE, 38, OF HARPERS WOODS, MICHIGAN; WAS ARRESTED AFTER BEING CAUGHT AT A KENTUCKY STATE POLICE CHECKPOINT ON THE MOUNTAIN PARKWAY IN MAGOFFIN COUNTY ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT., JULY 27
A Michigan man ended up in jail, again, after state police found him transporting more than 5 pounds of marijuana; just days after getting arrested for a DUI and other motor traffic vehicle violations in Pikeville, KY.
Joseph Michael McIntyre, 38, of Harper Woods, Michigan; was driving along the Mountain Parkway in Magoffin County on Wednesday night, July 26, when he encountered a Kentucky State Police Post 9 roadblock at mile marker 70.
When a state trooper came to the window, he could immediately detect the odor of marijuana, and Joseph McIntyre reportedly admitted there was a small amount in the center console. The trooper found that small amount, but then found several large plastic bags of the drug in the trunk of the car.
Joseph McIntyre was arrested by KSP trooper Billy Ball, and he was charged with:
*TRAFFICKING IN MARIJUANA ( > 5 LBS.) 1ST OFFENSE; and
*NO OPERATORS-MOPED LICENSE.
Joseph McIntyre was transported to & booked in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center, in Paintsville, KY., in Johnson County, on Wednesday night; but he was able to post his bond on Thursday afternoon and he was released from the BSRDC.
Just six days earlier, back on Thursday, July 20, Joseph Michael McIntyre was arrested after being pulled over for speeding on U.S. 23 in Pikeville; and for he was charged with:
*SPEEDING 10 MPH OVER LIMIT,
*NO OPERATORS-MOPED LICENSE,
*DUI 1ST OFFENSE (PIKE COUNTY, $500 FULL CASH BOND, DISTRICT COURT JUDGE TOMMY RYAN MAY),
*POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA,
*DRUG PARAPHERNALIA – BUY/POSSESS.