Fifteen pounds of methamphetamine were found in dog and cat food during a California Highway Patrol traffic stop Tuesday near Visalia, the Tulare County Sheriff's Department said.
A 36-year-old man was driving the car with a 39-year-old woman when it was pulled over at Highway 99 and Highway 198, the sheriff's department said. The man had no driver's license and the car's occupants were acting suspiciously, the department said. That's when a sheriff's department narcotics dog was brought in to investigate.
The dog alerted officers to drugs in the car and a search revealed the 15 pounds of meth hidden in dog and cat food, the sheriff's department said.
The two suspects were booked in the Bob Wiley Detention Center for possession and transportation of methamphetamine for sale.
June 04, 2013
Jacob Rayburn | The Fresno Bee
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