Knives, ski mask, gloves and drug paraphernalia found in traffic stop

A traffic stop conducted at the intersection of Mill and Clifton streets resulted in two arrests and citations for possession of weapons and drug paraphernalia.

According to a Conway Police Department incident report, an officer conducted the stop on a Chevy Trailblazer for a defective headlight.

The driver of the vehicle showed to have an active warrant out of Lonoke County. The driver consented to a search, and police found a glass smoking device.

The passenger identified his belongings and also consented to a search.

The passenger’s camouflage backpack contained 12 target throwing knives, a fixed blade knife, hygiene products, a ski mask and leather gloves.

There was also a machete on the floor of the vehicle under the bag that was claimed by the passenger, according to the report.

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