Nebraska State Patrol

NELIGH - A Colorado man was arrested Saturday night near Neligh on marijuana charges.

According to Nebraska State Patrol Lieutenant Jim Bills, a trooper stopped a northbound car for failure to obey a stop sign on Highway 14.

After making contact with the occupants of the vehicle, a search was conducted and the search resulted in the discovery of several ounces of marijuana located in a bag of dog food.

A passenger in the vehicle, Joshua Person from Julesburg, Colorado, was cited for more than an ounce and less than a pound of marijuana.

He was given a court date in the Antelope County Court and released.

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