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18-year-old Trace Alan Latourette is jailed in lieu of a $137,500 bond after police conducted a traffic stop for a non-working light license plate light and discovered a firearm and a cornucopia of drugs. During the traffic stop on Split Log Road on December 19th, Brentwood Police discovered four marijuana-filled pickle jars, with weights of 14.7 grams, 56.9 grams, 132.9 grams, and 138.8 grams individually. A Glock .45 and a magazine was recovered from the driver’s door area. A black backpack inside the vehicle contained four extra magazines for the firearm, three cell phones, and $3,748 in cash, along with a digital scale. In the passenger seat was an open case of Twisted Tea, with an empty consumed can nearby, and another case in the back seat. A red bag inside the vehicle contained a Tupperware container with 30-50 rolled marijuana joints inside, 100 THC vape cartridges, and 10-15 nicotine vaping devices.
Trace Alan Latourette of Dale Ewing Rd in Franklin, TN, was booked into the Williamson County Jail on December 19th, charged with possession of a weapon during the commission of a dangerous felony, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia, possession of alcohol under the age of 21, no registration, and underage purchase or possession of tobacco. A judicial commissioner set his bond at $137,500.