Jermaine Campbell, a former Trumbull Tax collector, has been accused of drug possession, according to the Connecticut Post newspaper.
Campbell is charged with possession of more than four ounces of marijuana, posession with intent to sell and posession of a controlled substance, according the state Judicial Branch Website.
According to the paper, Trumbull officials said Campbell no longer works for the town.
The Post reported that Campbell was seen with a group of youths in Clover Field in Stratford sharing a marijuana cigarette. Police dogs led officers to Campbell's car, where they allegedly found they found five plastic bags containing marijuana and two bags of Ecstasy capsules. Police said Campbell admitted the drugs were his, the paper reported.
He is free on $25,000 bond for an appearance in July 27 in Bridgeport Superior Court.