CLEARFIELD – A DuBois man accused of having LSD and marijuana in his vehicle pleaded guilty during plea and sentencing court in Clearfield County.
Vincent Stuart Aaron, 26, 202 W. DuBois, Ave., DuBois, an inmate of the jail, pleaded guilty to two counts of delivery of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
He was sentenced to 90 days to one year in jail and two years consecutive probation. He was fined $400 plus costs.
He was ordered to complete drug and alcohol counseling. Due to the felony charges, he must submit to DNA testing at a cost of $250.
The charges stem from a traffic stop in Clearfield Borough Dec. 4.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, a patrol car saw a vehicle on the Nichols Street Bridge turn onto West Front Street without stopping at the blinking red traffic signal.
The vehicle was pulled over at a business on Race Street and the driver identified as Aaron. When the officers checked his license, they discovered he had a warrant from Centre County. He was taken into custody.
While searching Aaron, the officer found a Sucrets tin in his pocket. Inside the tin was a pack of gum, numerous items wrapped in tin foil and a baggie with a tan powder/crystal. Inside the tin foil were small strips of paper marked into squares. This is commonly used to contain LSD. A sample of the paper was then tested and was positive for LSD.
A backpack found in the vehicle contained 35 individual bags of a green vegetable material, a grinder, sandwich bags and a pipe commonly used for smoking marijuana. A sample of the green vegetable material tested positive for marijuana.