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Ridgely Woman Accused Of Stealing A Car

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EASTON, Md. - A car that was reported stolen has been recovered, and a Ridgely woman has been charged for the crime.

Easton Police say on Friday, an Officer was on patrol when a Chevrolet Spark passed by. Police say that patrol vehicle is equipped with an LPR system, that scanned the license plate, and alerted the Officer to it being stolen.

The Officer then reportedly pulled over the Spark, which was driven by 21-year-old Jasima Jones. During the stop, the Officers says they smelled burnt marijuana.

Jones was arrested, and a search of the car revealed a partially smoked marijuana cigarette. She was then charged with theft of a motor vehicle, and possession of a controlled dangerous substance. Jones is now reportedly being held on $5,000 bond.

Police say the car belonged to a rental company, who reported it stolen, after Jones didn't bring it back.

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