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TWO MICHIGAN MEN STOPPED FOR A MINOR INFRACTION WERE FOUND TO HAVE DRUGS IN THEIR CAR IN ENGLEWOOD YESTERDAY.  A CHARLOTTE COUNTY DEPUTY STOPPED A CAR DRIVEN BY 22 YEAR OLD CHAD MACDONALD OF GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN BECAUSE THE LICENSE PLATE LIGHT WAS OUT AND THEY WERE CLOCKED DOING 53 IN A 45 MILE PER HOUR ZONE ON PLACIDA ROAD.  THE DEPUTY SMELLED MARIJUANA AND SAW A SMOKING PIPE INSIDE THE VEHICLE.  HE ASKED A PASSENGER, 24 YEAR OLD ZACH GOULD OF ROCKFORD, MICHIGAN TO GET OUT OF THE VEHICLE.  AS HE DID, A SYRINGE ALLEGEDLY FELL OUT OF HIS POCKET.  THE DEPUTY ALSO FOUND A MASON JAR OF MARIJUANA ALONG WITH PILLS INSIDE THE CAR.  BOTH MACDONALD AND GOULD WERE TAKEN INTO CUSTODY ON NUMEROUS DRUG CHARGES INCLUDING POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES WITHOUT A PRESCRIPTION.  THEY ARE BEING HELD WITHOUT BOND IN THE CHARLOTTE COUNTY JAIL.