Berkeley man arrested on suspicion of possessing narcotics for sale

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On Tuesday, Berkeley police officers arrested a 24-year-old Berkeley man while conducting a traffic stop in the area of Adeline Street and Alcatraz Avenue. The suspect was arrested on suspicion of possessing narcotics for sale and other narcotics offenses.

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Berkeley Police Department officers conducted a traffic stop Tuesday that led to an arrest on a charge accusing the suspect of possession of narcotics for sale, according to a BPD Nixle alert.

At 4:06 a.m., BPD officers stopped a vehicle in the area of Adeline Street and Alcatraz Avenue. The alert added that officers learned that the suspect and driver of the vehicle had an outstanding felony warrant for his arrest, in addition to a suspended license

Officers searched the vehicle and discovered 900 grams of marijuana, more than 27 grams of cocaine, 68 T259 pills, or hydrocodone/acetaminophen, a digital scale and more than $4,900 cash, according to the alert.

The suspect was identified as a 24-year-old Berkeley man and was arrested on suspicion of possessing narcotics for sale and other narcotics offenses.

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Thao Nguyen is the city news editor. Contact her at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter at @tnguyen_dc.