Two Armstrong men were charged as the result of a traffic stop in rural Emmet County.
According to Emmet County Sheriff Mike Martens, a sheriff’s deputy on patrol in the 4600 block of Highway 9 on February 24th at 10:18 pm observed a traffic violation and initiated a traffic stop on an eastbound vehicle.
Upon investigation at the scene, it was determined that the driver, Logan Dickherber, age 20, of Armstrong was driving the vehicle with a suspended license and had an active warrant for his arrest from Palo Alto County.
Further investigation at the scene led to the discovery of controlled substances, drug paraphernalia, alcohol and synthetic urine. As a result, Dickherber was placed under arrest and transported to the Emmet County Jail where he was booked for Possession of a Controlled Substance Marijuana (1st Offense), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of Synthetic Urine (1st Offense), Driving with a Suspended License and the Palo Alto County warrant. A passenger in the vehicle. Dillon Neusch age (23) of Armstrong, was cited and released for having an open container of alcohol on a public roadway.