An Oshkosh man will not be charged with drug crimes in North Dakota, despite his vehicle being stopped with nearly 500 pounds of marijuana in it. Bee Thor, and another man from St. Paul, were traveling on Interstate 94 near Jamestown, North Dakota, when they were pulled over by a Stutsman County Sheriff’s Deputy. Authorities found the pot in the vehicle and arrested both men. The men challenged the traffic stop in court, where the deputy testified that he stopped the vehicle because it was going two miles per hour under the speed limit, the vehicle was from St. Paul, the driver was sitting too rigidly and did not look at the deputy when he drove along side the vehicle, and no luggage was visible. The judge decided the traffic stop violated the 4th amendment rights of unreasonable searches and seizures.