SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - Vermont police say a complaint about noisy fireworks led them to charge a 24-year-old with possession of marijuana.
Police say they responded to a complaint early on Feb. 12 about fireworks going off inside and outside of a building in South Burlington and upon arriving, made contact with Denver Reagan.
Police say they could not determine whether Reagan was involved with the fireworks, but a strong odor of marijuana led them to search Reagan's residence.
According to the news release, Reagan was charged with possession of marijuana and will appear in court at the end of March. It could not be determined at this time if Reagan is being represented by a lawyer.
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