Deputies reportedly find bags of weed, cash, pill bottle during suspected-DUI traffic stop
Originally published 7-1-21 via Facebook
by the Placer County Sheriff’s Office:
“On June 25th around 9 a.m., our dispatch center received a call of a possible drunk driver on Grass Valley Highway in Auburn who was swerving and nodding off in his car.
A deputy driving nearby spotted the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. The deputy contacted the driver and identified him as 37-year old Matthew Salstone of Sacramento. In the front seat of Salstone’s vehicle, the deputy observed three large bags of marijuana.
Deputies searched the car and found 57 one-pound bags of marijuana, a box of plastic bags, a grocery bag filled with a large amount of cash, and a pill bottle with no prescription containing Adderall.
Salstone was arrested for driving under the influence of a controlled substance, possession and transportation of marijuana for sale, and possession of a controlled substance without a prescription.”