Police: 8 pounds of marijuana, briefcase of cash found in traffic stop

Police say four men were arrested after they were found with 8 pounds of marijuana and a briefcase of cash during a traffic stop in Massapequa.



Officers say they pulled over a 2015 Lexus near Unqua Road at Sunrise Highway around 6:30 p.m. Saturday. The vehicle was initially stopped because of its tinted windows.



Police say the car smelled like marijuana. Officers said they spotted marijuana in the center console and paraphernalia sitting out on the backseat.



A search of the car turned up about 8 pounds of marijuana, "multiple electronic cigarette containers of concentrated marijuana," and a briefcase containing an undetermined amount of cash, according to police. The four occupants of the Lexus were arrested.



The suspects were identified as 24-year-old Adam Fishelberg, of Plainview; 19-year-old Jack Randazzo, of Syosset; 21-year-old James Naylor, of North Massapequa; and 19-year-old Vincent Roscigno, of Old Bethpage.



Fishelberg is charged with 14 counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, and second-degree criminal possession of marijuana. He was also ticketed for the tinted windows and driving without a seatbelt.



Randazzo is charged with three counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, while Naylor and Roscigno are each charged with two counts of criminal posssesion of a controlled substance.


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