An early morning traffic stop in Wildwood Crest Wednesday resulted in police arrested two Pennsylvania teens on weapons and dangerous substance charges.
Wildwood Crest Police say officers conducted a traffic stop just after midnight in the area of Orchid Road. and New Jersey Avenue:
"During the motor vehicle stop, it was learned that the occupants, Clayton Robinson and a juvenile, were in possession of controlled dangerous substances believed to be Xanax (without a prescription) and psilocybin mushrooms. Further investigation revealed that the occupants possessed a loaded handgun, that was located in the passenger compartment of the vehicle. Both Robinson and the juvenile were placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters"
Robinson, 19, and the unidentified juvenile, 17, are both from Glenside, Pennsylvania.
According to police, both were charged with "Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (handgun) 2nd degree, Possession of a Weapon for Unlawful Purpose 2nd degree, Prohibited Weapon - Hollow Point Ammunition 4th degree, Prohibited Weapon - Large Capacity Magazine 4th degree, Prohibited Weapon - Defaced Firearm 4th degree."
Additionally, Robinson was also charged with "2 counts of Possession of Controlled Dangerous Substance, as well as multiple traffic summonses."
Robinson was taken to the Cape May County Jail, while the juvenile was booked into at a local juvenile detention facility. Both are awaiting court appearances.
SOURCE: Wildwood Crest Police.