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Insufficient evidence to convict for drug possession (access required)

Where the commonwealth’s evidence showed that appellant was driving a car, and that a pill, which later proved to be Oxycodone, was found in a crumpled piece of notebook paper in the car’s console, this was insufficient evidence to sustain a conviction for possessing Oxycodone. The fact that the car smelled of marijuana and a small ...