A traffic stop for a car crossing the white painted fog line as it traveled south on Danbury Road resulted in drug and forgery charges against the driver. According to police, officers stopped a Hyundai Sonata with New York registration at approximately 1:20 a.m. on June 19 near the intersection of Danbury and Kent roads. When the odor of marijuana was detected a search was conducted and police report the following was found: 0.801 oz. marijuana packaged in 14 individual smaller bags and one plastic sandwich bag. 19 empty individual smaller bags. One electronic cigarette containing THC. Three previously smoked "joints" containing marijuana. One stone smoking bowl. One package of rolling papers. A fraudulent Connecticut handicap placard. The driver, Andre Ward of Danbury and Jamaica, N.Y., was also found to have a suspended license and no car insurance. He was arrested and charged with: Possession of marijuana with intent to sell. Possession of more than 0.5 oz. marijuana. Possession of paraphernalia with intent to sell. Forgery 2nd. Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. Operating a motor vehicle without insurance. Failure to maintain proper lane. He was assigned a $5,000 bond and is scheduled to appear July 1 in Norwalk Superior Court.