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Pound of Pot Seized in Binghamton Raid

Photo Courtesy Johnson City Police Department

A Binghamton man allegedly had a large amount of marijuana, a shotgun and thousands of dollars in cash in his possession as members of the Broome County Special Investigations Unit Task Force, assisted by a Johnson City Police Department police dog, searched a Chapel Place residence in the City of Binghamton.

45 year old Karl Cropper is charged with felony criminal possession of marijuana for allegedly having about a pound of pot, misdemeanor criminal possession of a weapon for having a 12 gage shotgun and misdemeanor criminal possession of a controlled substance.

Authorities say $3,700 was also recovered in the June 6th raid.

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