Several drug-related arrests in Hamilton County Wednesday

The son of actor Sean Penn and actress Robin Wright were arrested on drug possession charges in Nebraska.
A Nebraska State Patrol spokesman noted the actors’ 24-year-old son, Hopper Penn, and his girlfriend, 26-year-old Uma Von Wittkamp, were arrested Wednesday afternoon after a trooper stopped their vehicle on Interstate 80 in Hamilton County.
Authorities say the trooper detected drug activity inside the vehicle and found 14 grams of marijuana, four amphetamine pills and three grams of mushrooms.
Von Wittkamp was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance. Penn was charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana. Possession of a controlled substance is a felony.
They were both taken to the Hamilton County Jail.
The NSP also arrested two men within minutes of each other in unrelated incidents Wednesday that resulted in the seizure of 381 pounds of marijuana in Hamilton County Wednesday. 
The first stop occurred at 4:32 p.m. along Highway 14 in Aurora when a trooper stopped a GMC Yukon for speeding. 
According to the release, the trooper determined there was probable cause to search the vehicle. During the search, troopers found 326 pounds of marijuana and 1.4 pounds of marijuana edibles.
The state patrol arrested the driver, Larry Guieb, 36, of Indiana, on charges of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver and no drug tax stamp.’
At 4:36 p.m., troopers observed a 2017 Nissan Rogue fail to signal while traveling eastbound on Interstate 80 near Giltner at mile marker 322, according to the release.  
During that traffic stop a State Patrol dog alerted to the presence of drugs, and a search revealed 55 pounds of marijuana inside.
The driver, John Young, 51, of California, was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver and no drug tax stamp.
The total amount of marijuana seized in the two traffic stops was 381 pounds, with an estimated street value of $1.14 million, according to the report. Both men were lodged in Hamilton County Jail.

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