NORTH ATTLEBORO -- A man stopped by police for illegally tinted windows ended up getting charged with cocaine possession.

State Police stopped a white Jeep SUV on Elm Street around 3:30 a.m. on June 7 for what they described as "extremely dark window tint" on all windows. A test of the windows confirmed 8% transparency, below the legal limit of 35%.

Police requested a tow truck for the vehicle, claiming it couldn't be safely driven at night.

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A trooper who looked inside the car found a bag containing a "large amount" of suspected crack cocaine, which later weighed in at 360 grams.

Graham was charged with trafficking in cocaine, unsafe operation of a motor vehicle and illegal window tint. He was held on $100,000 bail and scheduled for arraignment at Attleboro District Court.

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