A Lewes man is facing charges following a traffic stop on Ward Avenue near Lewes-Georgetown Highway.
Police say troopers were conducting a criminal investigation at a residence Wednesday and saw a possible suspect come out and start to drive away.
According to police, troopers who stopped 20-year-old Timmarus Perry smelled marijuana. A probable cause search turned up cocaine, marijuana, a large fixed-blade knife and more than $100 in suspected drug proceeds.
Perry is charged with possession of a controlled substance, carrying a concealed deadly weapon, failure to comply with taking photos and fingerprints, possession of drug paraphernalia and criminal mischief.
Perry was released on his own recognizance.