Mother and son are busted with ‘200 pounds of marijuana in their car’ stacked in 7 hockey equipment bags
- Kelly Heald, 51, and her son, Corey Heald, 29, of Massena, New York, were arrested on Friday with 200 pounds of marijuana
- Drugs were detected by dogs after troopers made a traffic stop on the New York State Thruway
- Possession of more than 10 pounds of marijuana is a Class C felony in New York State, which means a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison
A mother and son from upstate New York were arrested on Friday by state troopers who allegedly found some 200 pounds of marijuana in their vehicle.
Kelly Heald, 51, and Corey Heald, 29, of Massena were arrested for criminal possession of marijuana in the first degree.
The crime is a Class C felony, which means that if convicted they could face a maximum of 15 years in state prison.
New York State Police posted a photograph of the seized marijuana.
A New York State trooper stands next to 200 pounds of marijuana allegedly seized from two residents of upstate New York on Friday
Kelly Heald (left), 51, and Corey Heald (right), 29, of Massena were arrested for criminal possession of marijuana in the first degree
The crime is a Class C felony, which means that if convicted they could face a maximum of 15 years in state prison. Corey Heald is seen left. Kelly Heald is seen right
It shows seven large bags, most of them are normally used for hockey equipment, filled with what appears to be marijuana.
According to state police, a trooper conducted a traffic stop on the New York State Thruway not far from the border with Massachusetts.
After troopers stopped the vehicle, a dog was deployed to detect suspicious substances.
The search led to the seizure of the marijuana.
The two suspects were arraigned before a court in Livingston, New York, which is about 40 miles south of the state capital, Albany.
They were remanded to Columbia County Jail without bail.