NORTH AUBURN (CBS13) — A man suspected of selling hard drugs was arrested after a traffic stop in Placer County over the weekend.

The sheriff’s office says, around 8 p.m. Saturday, deputies pulled over a vehicle in the North Auburn area. Exactly what prompted the traffic stop is unclear, but the driver was soon found to be on probation.

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However, it was the passenger who deputies soon focused on. A search of the car quickly uncovered a small case wedged between the seat and center console. Inside the case, deputies found methamphetamine.

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Several small plastic baggies and a digital scale were also discovered in the passenger’s backpack. A large wad of cash and small bag of heroin were also found in his wallet.

The passenger, identified as 23-year-old Richmond resident Danny Presley, was arrested.

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Presley is now facing charges of possession of a controlled substance for sale.