Man accused of possessing drugs


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A Cedar Rapids man has been arrested after police officials allegedly located a large bong containing drug residue.

Adam Miller, 33, was accused Sunday with driving while barred, prohibited acts of possessing prescription drugs, possession of marijuana, and failure to have affixed a tax stamp.

Miller was stopped by University of Iowa police after they reportedly saw a traffic-control violation. Miller had barred driving status, police said. The passenger in the vehicle then admitted to police officials that there was contraband in the car. Police officers searched the car and reportedly located a large clear water bong that contained drug residue, a clear container containing hashish that tested positive, and a prescription container containing 97 Alprazolam, the police complaint said. The passenger stated the items belonged to Miller, and Miller confirmed that they did not belong to the passenger.

A prohibited act of possessing prescription drug is a serious misdemeanor. Driving while barred and marijuana possession are aggravated misdemeanors. Failure to have an affixed tax stamp is a Class-D felony.

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