Troopers arrest man carrying drugs, fake cash

An Indianapolis man was arrested by state troopers after allegedly being found with marijuana and fake cash during a traffic stop on Interstate 65 yesterday.

Police say that they stopped the vehicle in Jackson County for a traffic violation at 2 p.m. and allegedly discovered 30 grams of marijuana and more than $2,000 in fake $100 bills. 24-year-old Justin Callaway of Indianapolis was arrested on preliminary charges including counterfeiting and possession of marijuana.

In a second traffic stop on the interstate at about 6 p.m., troopers allegedly found marijuana, digital scales and what they believe is a legend drug. The driver in that traffic stop, 21-year-old Sean Jones of Cook County, Ill., was arrested on preliminary charges of possession  of marijuana and of a legend drug.

A passenger, 22-year-old James Warren of Cook County, Ill., was cited for possession of marijuana and released at the scene, troopers report.