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LEMOYNE BOROUGH, Pa.– A Harrisburg man was arrested after a traffic stop revealed he was in possession of drugs.

Renaldo Xavier Rodriquez, 25, is charged with possession with intent to deliver, providing false identification to a law enforcement officer, and driving while privilege is revoked. Rodriquez was also wanted by multiple agencies for other reasons.

On November 15 at about 9:30 p.m., police conducted a traffic stop. After an investigation, police were able to identify Rodriguez as the driver, despite him continually providing false identification to law enforcement.

As police took Rodriquez into custody, he was found to be in possession of a large amount of heroin and marijuana that had been packaged for sale.

Rodriquez was committed to Cumberland County Prison.