Rochester Police made two marijuana arrests on Aug. 31, according to the department.
At 5 p.m. on Aug. 31, a Rochester officer patrolling the area of Second and Main stopped a dark grey Hyundai that nearly caused an accident while attempting to turn south on Main from eastbound Second, the department indicated.
The officer found the 29-year-old Brighton man driving the car had a suspended license and a marijuana pipe was retrieved from his pants pocket, the department indicated. A small amount of marijuana also was recovered near the center console of the car.
The officer arrested the man on charges of possession of marijuana, paraphernalia and driving with a suspended license. He was released and given citations for the charges.
At 8:30 p.m. on Aug. 31, a Rochester officer was following a vehicle southbound on Main Street near Romeo that had a defective brake light, according to the department. The officer ran the plate and found the owner of the vehicle had a suspended license, so the officer stopped the driver on University at Pine.
The driver, a Rochester Hills man, had an expired license, the department indicated. While speaking with the driver, the officer noticed the smell of burnt marijuana coming from the vehicle. The officer recovered a small amount of marijuana and part of a marijuana cigarette in a cellophane wrapper from the vehicle, according to the department.
The officer arrested the man on charges of use of marijuana, failure to display a valid license and defective equipment. He was later released.