Last Wednesday afternoon, according to a Colorado Springs Police Department release, members of what’s referred to as the “Downtown Area Response Team” were monitoring surveillance cameras when they saw a “known individual” — Frederick — near a playground in Acacia Park with “a large baggie of suspected marijuana.”
Shortly thereafter, CSPD reps headed to the scene and found Frederick near the intersection of Bijou Street and North Cascade. The release says the bag with him contained 96 grams of marijuana — about 3.39 ounces, or more than three times the amount he’s allowed under A64. As such, Frederick was arrested and booked on possession with intent to distribute marijuana, which remains a class 5 felony.
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