A motorcycle crash in Johnson City is resulting in several felony and lesser charges for a Port Crane man.

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Village Police say 33-year-old John Fassett is facing weapon and marijuana possession charges after crashing a motorcycle on Harry L. Drive at Zoa Avenue around 10 p.m. December 11.

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Police say Fassett lost control of the motorcycle while attempting to stop for another vehicle. The other vehicle was not hit in the incident.

Fassett suffered a few scrapes in the crash and was taken to the hospital for treatment.

Authorities found he had been driving while his license was suspended and there was a warrant for him from the Binghamton Police Department.

Police also found a backpack in the area that Fassett identified as his. In it were a Savage Arms .22 caliber semi-automatic rifle with a sawed-off barrel, several .22 calber rounds of ammunition, several knives, scales, small plastic bags, 2 small plastic bags containing marijuana, 3 small plastic bags containing Methamphetamine and several pills for which he didn't have a prescription.

Fassett is charged with two felony weapon possession counts. Three misdemeanor counts of unlawful possession of a controlled substance, two misdemeanor counts of aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle, a violation of unlawful possession of marijuana, a number of traffic infractions including following too closely and unreadable license plates and the Binghamton warrant for felony grand larceny.

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