According to a press release, Arcata resident Kaine Mcintyre, age 20, was driving with a passenger on South Fortuna Boulevard in a vehicle without taillights when he was stopped by a sergeant who said he detected a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle.
Mcintyre said he was in possession of a medical marijuana card, but it was expired. A search of the vehicle revealed the bags of marijuana packaged for sale and the ecstasy tablets, the release states.
While investigating the incident, the release said the sergeant contacted the vehicle’s passenger, who identified himself as Arcata resident “Johnny Adams.” The release said the sergeant determined that the man had provided a false name and that he was actually David Mark Lamb, 24, of Sonora. The sergeant found that Lamb had an active “no bail” felony warrant in Calaveras County for petty theft with a prior, fraud and resisting arrest.
Mcintyre was booked into the Humboldt County jail on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana for sale, transportation of marijuana, possession of more than an ounce of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance for sale, transportation of a controlled substance and obstructing /resisting or delaying a peace officer.
Lamb was booked into the Humboldt County jail on suspicion of providing a false name to a peace officer and for the no bail warrant out of Calaveras County.