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Ohio University Police Department officers stopped a vehicle on Bobcat Lane containing 100 doses of LSD and about an ounce of hallucinogenic mushrooms. 

Man carrying 100 doses of acid arrested on Bobcat Lane, police say

The Athens County Major Crimes Unit arrested a man for felony possession of drugs on Ohio University's campus Friday.

That afternoon, Ohio University Police Department officers stopped a vehicle on Bobcat Lane. Officers searched the vehicle and found a backpack containing 100 doses of LSD and about an ounce of hallucinogenic mushrooms, according to a news release.

Officers from the major crimes unit arrested Randall Zimmer from Liberty Township, a passenger of the vehicle who they say owned the backpack. He was charged with a third-degree felony for possessing the LSD and a fifth-degree felony for possessing the mushrooms.

A third-degree felony conviction comes with a maximum fine of $10,000 and 1-5 years in prison. A fifth-degree felony conviction comes with a maximum fine of $2,500 and 6-12 months in jail.

The investigation is ongoing. Police collected several other items of evidence from the vehicle and expect additional charges to follow.

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