A Newport Center man is facing multiple charges after police say he was found in possession of cocaine and other drugs.
The Vermont State Police responded to a residence on Tetreault Road in Newport Center to investigate a call for service on September 2.
While troopers were at the residence a truck was seized and a search warrant was requested and later granted by a judge.
According to the report, Todd Marsh, 45, was in possession of the truck seized.
Upon search of the truck, police say drug paraphernalia, approximately 152 grams of cocaine, regulated and controlled stimulants and narcotics in pill form, $14,615 in U.S. currency, and several other unknown substances were located.
All items were seized, and the unknown substances were sent to the lab for testing, police say.
Marsh was later located and lodged at Northeastern Correctional Facility.
He is facing charges of possession of cocaine, possession of stimulant and narcotic drugs, cocaine trafficking, and false reports to law enforcement authorities.
Republished from the Newport Dispatch