NORWALK, Conn. -- Four young men were arrested in Norwalk after they were found in a car with marijuana and guns, according to police.
Shortly before 10 p.m. Sunday, members of the Norwalk Police Strategic Narcotics Enforcement Team responded to a citizen complaint of a suspicious vehicle in the area of Sheriden Street and Woodward Avenue, police said. Officers quickly located the vehicle and spoke with the four male occupants.
Police said that the offices smelled a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle and saw one of the occupants, 24 year-old Jimmie Springer of Stamford, holding a marijuana cigarette.
During a search of the car, SNET officers recovered 5.8 grams of marijuana, 16.78 grams of marijuana wax, a marijuana grinder, and a marijuana smoking pipe. They also found a stolen Smith and Wesson gun under the driver's seat, and a facsimile handgun in the trunk, according to police reports.
Police identified the four arrested men as Springer, 25-year-old Anthony Thompkins of Norwalk, 18-year-old Adam Robertson of Newtown, 18 Stephen Violet of Newtown.
All four were charged with theft of a firearm, interfering with an officer, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of less than four ounces of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance, carrying a gun without a permit, and weapons in a motor vehicle. Springer and Thompkins were additionally charged with criminal possession of a pistol.
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