A teenager embarking on a spring break trip was arrested in Florida after seven 30-pack cases of beer and marijuana were found in his truck, authorities said.
The 19-year-old had been traveling from Alabama to Florida on Interstate 10 Friday afternoon when a deputy from the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office pulled the teen over on suspicion of driving recklessly.
During the traffic stop, a deputy found the beer in the teen's pickup truck. The deputy also found marijuana in the center console of the truck.
Authorities said the teen also had a fake driver's license that made the teen appear to be 24.
The teen was taken to the county jail, the Sheriff's Office said.
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