WEST JORDAN, Utah — A Salt Lake County man faces several drug charges after police found him in possession of 3.5 pounds of pot, 116 THC cartridges, THC edibles, LSD and psilocybin mushrooms, according to a probable cause statement.
Detectives served a search warrant as Keagan Joseph Bojorquez-Dazley was leaving his West Jordan home on September 11. In addition to the drugs, detectives found more than $8,600 in cash, pipes and bongs, plastic bags and a scale, the probable cause statement said.
Police began investigating Bojorquez-Dazley after observing him getting into different cars and conducting hand-to-hand exchanges, the statement said.
"Assisting detectives conducted several traffic stops of vehicles involved in hand-to-hand transactions with Bojorquez-Daley and the individuals were found in possession of marijuana or other THC products and that they admitted they had purchased from Bojorquez-Daley," a detective wrote.
Bojorquez-Daley waived his Miranda right to remain silent by admitting to investigators that he sold marijuana and THC products, and that he had purchased a pound of marijuana from two different suppliers, the probable cause statement said.
He faces one felony count of possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, two felony counts of possession or use of a controlled substance priors and a misdemeanor count of possession of drug paraphernalia.