Southington Police have charged a Bloomfield man with having weapons in his vehicle and possession of marijuana after responding to a suspicious vehicle complaint.
On Wednesday, August 27, police were called to Ford Street. According to police, Robert Campbell, 44, of Bloomfield, allegedly provided a false name and date of birth when he was questioned.
When he was being taken into custody, police found two 6” kitchen style knives in the car that were accessible to Campbell from the driver’s seat and 2.7 grams of marijuana was found in his pants pocket.
Police positively identified Campbell after he produced a state of Connecticut identification card.
Campbell was charged with interfering with officers, possession of marijuana and having weapons in his vehicle. Bond was set at $5,000 with a Sept. 8 court date.