Jury Selection Begins in 148 lbs. Marijuana Trial - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

1/9/08

Jury Selection Begins in 148 lbs. Marijuana Trial

Jury selection began Wednesday, in the trial of a man who was allegedly caught with almost 150 pounds of marijuana in his car.

Tito Marquez is charged with possession of marijuana, and also possession of a controlled substance.

DPS troopers arrested Marquez, during a traffic stop in July of 2006. A search of his car turned up 148 pounds of marijuana, hidden in oil cans.

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