A relatively innocent truck bring desired Starbucks items in between California and Washington was busted Thursday for likewise carrying 126 pounds of methamphetamine.
The Centralia Police Department in Washington stoppeded the Freightliner tractor after the motorist and traveler “ acted suspiciously ” throughout a traffic stop, The Olympian reported.
Officers released a narcotics-sniffing K-9 to have a look at the truck where the pet discovered a big quantity of meth concealed inside a tv box.
The meth was bundled into 40 bricks. Officers likewise discovered 2.4 pounds of presumed heroin, a number of grams of drug and countless Oxycodone tablets.
The chauffeur, a 22-year-old male from Mexico, and a 62-year-old male from California were scheduled into Lewis County Jail on “ numerous drug charges, ” authorities stated.
The narcotics were not discovered in the trailer, and the Starbucks items were not exposed of jeopardized.
The truck was on its method to Spokane, Wash., throughout the time of the traffic stop.