Cash and marijuana seized during traffic stop
A man who has an extensive history of drug crimes was arrested in Camden County on Sunday evening. According to the report from the Camden County Sheriff’s Office, an officer pulled over a car on Highway 54 because it only had one working headlight. The officer reported that there was a strong odor of marijuana coming from the car. The driver, identified as 69-year-old Terry Wayne Hough, told the officer that he had just hit a deer. When the officer ran a check on Hough, he was told that he had a warrant out of Laclede County. Hough told the officer that he had a medical marijuana card, but when the officer checked it, it was expired. When Hough’s car was searched, a bag with a large stack of money was located, as well as a large and small bag of marijuana which totaled over a quarter-pound, were found. Hough was charged with felony delivery of a controlled substance, with a bond of $100-thousand-dollars cash or surety.