Former Rotting Out frontman Walter Delgado was arrested last Friday and charged with possession and trafficking of marijuana, and possession of criminal tools, reports FOX 8.

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Police pulled over a van for “following too closely” around 10:45 a.m. A drug-sniffing dog led to a vehicle search, which reportedly revealed 70 pounds of marijuana and 1,000 jars of hash oil.

The collective street value is estimated at around $350,000. Additionally, the patrol unit seized nearly $7,600 in cash. 

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Following the bust, Delgado, who was driving the vehicle, and passenger Anthony Bochum (member of Ohio band Search Bloc) were placed into custody. 

Rotting Out abruptly announced their disbandment in 2015, subsequently cancelling their scheduled plans to perform on that summer’s Warped Tour.