Two Lincoln Park brothers were arrested Dec. 10 in Wyandotte for possession of marijuana, felony warrants and driving with open beer cans on Fort and Oak streets.
According to a police report, the men were heading northbound on Fort Street from Eureka at about 12:15 p.m. when police pulled over the vehicle for an expired license plate.
The driver, a 45-year-old man, admitted to having a suspended drivers license, and stated that he had one beer, police said.
The officer said when he spoke to the man’s brother -- who was sitting in the passenger seat -- "he seemed to be under the influence of something."
The passenger, 42, admitted to having a small amount of marijuana on him, which police later located, along with a pill bottle containing a marijuana roach, police said.
Upon an exterior check of the vehicle, K-9 police found a black digital scale with marijuana residue inside the glove box.
Two 12-ounce cans of beer were found within arms reach of both men.
A records check of the driver showed eight driving-related suspensions, 15 drivers responsibility suspensions and several denied/revoked suspensions, not eligible for review until June 1, 2014.
A records check of the passenger showed a felony warrant out of Flint for a third offense operating while intoxicated charge.
Police also seized $700 per drug forfeiture law, the report said.