CONYERS, Ga. (CBS46) -- The Conyers Police Department needed to call in the help of their K9s after a traffic stop revealed narcotics.

According to the agency's social media, a police officer spotted a car without a tag, which prompted the driver to get pulled over.

Police say the driver had an open container of alcohol and multiple pill bottles easily seen.

An assisting police officer, K9 Briscoe and K9 Wick showed up to help.

We have learned multiple baggies of suspected marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, and a firearm were found.

During the investigation, police discovered, the driver, Quinton Robinson, 44, is a convicted felon out of Decatur. He is booked at the Rockdale County Jail.

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