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BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. — Two men have been charged after officers said they found marijuana and a loaded firearm in their vehicle during a routine traffic stop in Bridgeport.

On Sept. 20, officers with the Bridgeport Police Department were patrolling the area of Johnson Avenue in Bridgeport when they saw a gold Chevy Malibu with an out of state registration “cross a solid white line attempting to enter the right lane of traffic,” according to a criminal complaint.

After the vehicle pulled into then out of the Go-Mart on Johnson Avenue, officers activated their cruiser’s emergency lights and siren in an attempt to pull over the vehicle, which it did, officers said.

When officers made contact with the vehicle’s occupants, they identified the driver as Leno Lester, 19, of Glenviille, and the passenger as Terrell Heath, 20, of…

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