Police accuse Frankenstein of pot, pills

A police stop resulted in a drug arrest Tuesday afternoon in Buffalo. New York State Police say they stopped a pick-up truck, driven by 48-year-old Adam G. Frankenstein, for inadequate brake lights. The incident happened at 3 p.m. on Porter Avenue.

Police say Frankenstein had three active suspensions on his drivers license. Trooper says they found a small plastic bag of marijuana and a pill bottle of Larazepam in the pick-up truck.  They also seized $610.

Frankenstein was arrested on a felony narcotic charge, among other charges. He was taken to Buffalo Police lock up and held pending arraignment.

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