Friday the Thirteenth: Traffic Stop Drug Bust puts Wisconsin man in Marquette County Jail

U.P. Breaking News Bulletin: – 4-14-18 – 1:25 a.m. ET

Wisconsin man arrested in Marquette County this morning after police drug dog found alleged pot in his vehicle

By Greg Peterson
U.P. Breaking News
Owner, News Director
906-273-2433

(Chocolay Township, MI) – If you have any kind of illegal drug in your car, a state police and other drug dogs will find it – and that’s what allegedly happened in a Friday the Thirteenth Chocolay Township Traffic stop.

A drug dog was called to the scene of a traffic stop near Harvey, MI in Chocolay Township late Friday and that lead to the arrest of a Superior, WI man who has already had bad luck with the police this year.

Numerous police cars arrived at the stop as officials waited for a drug dog to be free.

The car was pulled over on Friday the Thirteenth – on M-28 at/near Lakewood Lane about 10:30 p.m. ET Friday night, April 13, 2018.

Early today (Saturday), 23-year-old Riley Terence Gibson-Bunnell of 6327 Hughitt Ave. in Superior, WI was booked into the Marquette County jail on a charge of possession of marijuana.

The man identifies himself as Riley Gibson on his Facebook page. He is a native of Rogers City, MI.

On January 23, 2018 in Douglas County, WI, Riley was charged with operating a motor vehicle without insurance and driving without a driver’s license, according to online county records.

It is not known how much alleged marijuana was found in the car.

His car was turned over to one of his passengers.
Police have not released any information on the bust.

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