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Two people were arrested Sept. 4 after officers found marijuana and a trove of materials indicating their intention to grow more in their car during a traffic stop near the Waldorf intersection of Berry Road and Stavors Road, police reported.

A patrol officer with the Charles County Sheriff’s Office pulled over Jordan Jamaal Jones-Hicks, 19, of Joppa and Lauren Edwina Kidd, 22, of Waldorf at 7:15 p.m. for a traffic violation.

The officer smelled marijuana as he walked up to their car. Inside, he found several baggies of marijuana, a plastic semi-automatic handgun replica, drug paraphernalia, fans, humidifiers, dirt, plant food, fertilizer, books and notebooks detailing how to grow marijuana, electrical outlets, thermometers, shears and nine planting pots.

Jones-Hicks and Kidd were each charged with marijuana possession and drug possession with intent to distribute.

Officer K. Lerch investigated.

JEFF NEWMAN