On January 1, 2019 a traffic stop was initiated on Leonardo Bedolla-Lopez for equipment violations and because he could not maintain a steady speed. When Bedolla-Lopez rolled down his window, the Officer smelled the odor of burnt marijuana emanating from inside the vehicle. The Officer also observed a half burnt marijuana cigar “blunt” in an ashtray on the center console. Leonardo Bedolla-Lopez was asked to exit the vehicle to perform multiple Standardized Field Sobriety Tests to which he failed to complete satisfactorily. Bedolla-Lopez was placed under arrest for suspicion of Driving Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance and transported to Jennersville Hospital for a blood draw. Leonardo Bedolla-Lopez was then transported back to Kennett Square Police Department, where he made contact with a relative to pick him up. The blood sample was submitted for chemical analysis and returned with 6.6 ng/mL of Delta-9 THC, the psychoactive ingredient of marijuana, in Bedolla-Lopez’s system at the time of arrest. Charges against Leonardo Bedolla-Lopez were then filed by summons through District Court 15-3-04.