‘Almighty Allah’ Powerless To Prevent Arrest For Large Marijuana Stash During Byron Traffic Stop
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BYRON (CBS SF) — A driver who was stopped by sheriff’s deputies in Byron for driving with expired registration tags was arrested after he was found to be carrying several large bags of marijuana, according to authorities.
A post on the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page said the driver, identified as 37-year-old Antioch resident Almighty Allah, was also driving with a suspended license and had a no-bail warrant for his arrest out of Contra Costa County.
The post said inside Allah’s black BMW were 20 large bags of processed and packaged marijuana weighing a total of about 20 pounds.
Allah was arrested for possession and transportation of marijuana as well as cited for driving with a suspended license and expired registration.