Darien police seized over one pound of marijuana from a Bridgeport man's car during a routine traffic stop.

Donald Larrow, 30, of Bridgeport, was charged with sale of a controlled substance, operation of a drug factory, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, defective marker lamp and failure to drive right Nov. 14.

An officer noticed Larrow's 2004 Nissan Sentra traveling south on Hoyt Street with a license plate light out at 7:35 a.m. Larrow also crossed the double yellow line several times, police said.

After Larrow was stopped the officer detected an odor of marijuana and asked Larrow if he had any marijuana in his vehicle. Larrow he had some marijuana in a plastic bag in his driver's side door. However, a search of the vehicle found a second bag of marijuana in the driver's side door, four bags in the sunglasses compartment, plastic containers with marijuana in the rear passenger area and several bags of marijuna in the trunk of the vehicle. Digital scales, marijuana grinders, a bag sealer and empty bags were also found in the vehicle. Larrow also had $1,200 in cash on him, police said.

A total of 457 grams of marijuana were found on Larrow and in his vehicle. He was held in lieu of a $10,000 bond and appeared in court Nov. 15