According to a statement that was released by the San Bernardino police department on Monday, authorities in the state of California were able to seize more than 125 kilogrammes of methamphetamine as a consequence of an investigation that began with a traffic stop.
When personnel of the department's Narcotics Unit had cause to think that a motorist was transporting a considerable number of illegal narcotics into San Bernardino, they conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle in question.
During the search of the vehicle that was conducted by the law enforcement personnel, they discovered 15 pounds of meth inside of a large garbage bag that was dark in colour and had the appearance of being black.
Following that, the law enforcement officials obtained a search warrant and had it carried out at the residence of the defendant, where they found an additional 244 pounds of meth. It was discovered that the site had cash with a total value of over $8,000, which resulted in the cash being taken into custody by the law enforcement personnel.
The police have supplied estimates indicating that the overall value of the illegal substances that were found on the street is close to 803 thousand dollars.
The person was arrested on the suspicion that they had committed a crime, and after that, they were processed and booked into the appropriate facility. The tow truck also drove off with his vehicle when it was disabled.
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