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Arlington traffic stop leads to stolen-vehicle, drug charges

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On March 8 at 12:32 a.m., Arlington police received a license-plate-reader lookout for a vehicle previously reported stolen out of Maryland.

An officer observed the vehicle enter Arlington on Interstate 395 northbound, and with the assistance of additional units, a traffic stop was initiated.

During the course of the investigation, the vehicle was confirmed as stolen, and what police described as “distribution quantities” of marijuana were located, as well as controlled substances and stolen credit cards.

The first suspect – 28-year-old Shonda Williams of Baltimore – was arrested and charged with unauthorized use of a vhicle and possession with intent to distribute marijuana.

The second suspect – 39-year-old Nicole Clifford (no address provided by police) was arrested and charged with several counts of possession of controlled susbstances and two counts of credit-card theft. The suspects were held without bond.

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