A Laramie man is charged with felony possession of marijuana, after he was pulled over in a routine traffic stop. Cameron Williams was arrested and appeared in Albany County Circuit Court for possession of a controlled substance Thursday. 

On March 4, Williams and three people were stopped by the Albany County Sherriff’s Department for improper display of a license plate on Highway 287.  Because the driver, Gabriel Anderson, had an active warrant from Albany County, Anderson was arrested and the vehicle was towed.

Prosecutors say that upon inspection of the vehicle, three packages of marijuana totaling 3.92 ounces were found that belonged to Williams. Court documents allege that Williams bought the marijuana in Fort Collins from a person known only as "Number 2."

Police officials state Williams expressed that he could smoke the entirety of the marijuana in two days. Williams’ preliminary hearing is March 13, and bond is set at $10,000.