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A Moberly man has been charged after reportedly being found with a large amount of marijuana after a traffic stop in Cole County.

The Cole County Sheriff's Department stopped a car on U.S. 54 at Goeller Road for speeding about 1:30 a.m. July 15, according to a Sheriff's Department report. As a result of the stop, 14.5 pounds of marijuana and 142 grams of marijuana wax were seized.

The driver, Johnathon Fischer, 21, was charged with delivery of a controlled substance.

The marijuana was found in the trunk of the vehicle, authorities said, inside a large trash bag.

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