2 arrested after traffic stop in Northwood

Published 8:15 pm Monday, January 7, 2019

NORTHWOOD — The Worth County Sheriff’s Office arrested two men Friday after methamphetamine and marijuana were allegedly found in a vehicle.

Robert Anderson

Sam Stout, 21, of Hollandale and Robert Anderson, 40, of Lake Mills were arrested during a traffic stop on a red 1991 Buick LeSabre for a cracked windshield and a non-functioning license plate light at approximately 8:35 p.m. Friday at the intersection of North Eighth Street and North Third Avenue.

According to the Sheriff’s Office, Anderson was arrested for meth possession with the intent to distribute and drug paraphernalia possession. Stout was arrested for having no driver’s license, having no proof of insurance, marijuana possession and drug paraphernalia possession. Anderson is expected to be charged with operating while intoxicated, pending lab results.

Sam Stout

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According to the Sheriff’s Office, the men were arrested after a search of the LeSabre yielded marijuana, a pipe used for smoking marijuana, meth, a pipe for smoking meth, several baggies, a scale and several hypodermic needles.


See what happened over the weekend in the PM report here.