Pink Stun Gun and 31 Packets of Pot Lead to Arrest in Ferndale

Pink Stun Gun and 31 Packets of Pot Lead to Arrest in Ferndalekeith dalton ad

(Lt. William Wilson, Ferndale Police Dept, Sept 8, 2014)

On September 6, 2014 at about 1100 p.m. a Ferndale Officer arrested a woman driver  in possession of 31 packets of marijuana and for possession of a pink stun gun. The officer stopped the woman (Gabreill WAGNER)  MBREW draft onefor having a obscured license plate and found that she did not have a driver’s license as it was suspended. He arrested her and found 31 packets of marijuana in her purse. The officer also found a stun gun in her vehicle. WAGNER is currently on probation for another drug conviction.

SUSPECT: WAGNER, Gabreill Monquie, b/f, 25 yrs, Detroit resident

Wagner was arraigned on Charges of:

1.       Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Deliver

2.       Possession of a Stun Gun

3.       Driving While Suspended 2nd

Magistrate Brennan set bond at $25,000

NOTES:  A similar incident happened in Aug. 2013 when a pink taser, disguised as a cell phone, wasseed075672MarySober found on a suspect.  http://oaklandcounty115.com/2013/08/26/woman-arrested-with-taser-disguised-as-cell-phone/

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