An Auburn man arrested on multiple charges in separate incidents in March and May is back behind bars after a traffic stop Monday in the Town of Sennett.
According to State Police, 30-year old Tory Lang of Syracuse was stopped by troopers on State Route 5 in the Town of Sennett for having an inadequate exhaust. He allegedly gave troopers a false name and date of birth.
29-year old Jerad Stiles of Auburn also allegedly gave a false name and date of birth and was found to be in possession of a baggie containing MDMA, a metal spoon containing MDMA residue, brass knuckles, a baggie containing marijuana and a digital scale containing marijuana residue.
25-year old Jasmine Radlowski of Auburn was alleged to be in possession of a baggie containing marijuana.
Lang was charged with criminal personation and Radlowski was charged with possessing marijuana. Both will appear in Sennett Town Court on July 25.
Stiles was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, criminal possession of a controlled substance-stimulant, criminal possession of a weapon, unlawful possession of marijuana and false personation and remanded to the Cayuga County Jail.
Stiles was arrested on May 31 after a stolen Jeep he was in crashed on West Genesee Street while being pursued by Auburn Police. He was also charged with mischief, endangering the welfare of a child and resisting arrest in another domestic incident in March.