State police based in Williamson say they stopped a vehicle on State Route 104 in Williamson for an expired inspection sticker. Upon stopping the vehicle, the driver was found to have no license and was also wanted on warrants from the City of Rochester.
The driver, identified as Rasheed Y. Williams, 30, of Rochester and was subsequently placed under arrest. A search of the vehicle led to the discovery of a 16-gram bag of cocaine and a 12-gram bag of crack cocaine.
Williams was charged with felony counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell. He has two prior felony convictions and was remanded to jail on no bail with a tentative appearance on February 13th.
The vehicle that Williams was driving was towed from the scene of the stop. The incident is currently under investigation by state police based in Williamson.
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