Traffic stop nets $1.9 mil of pot

February 23rd, 2011 by Staff

CLAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Investigators made a near 1,000 pound drug bust in Clayton Wednesday.

The stash is worth more than $1.9 million dollars and was headed to Columbus by way of Chicago.

The bust was made on I-70 east bound. Troopers pulled over a black truck for tailgating and having a cracked windshield. The trooper noticed the green bundles of drug when he approached the driver.

One man was arrested and a lot of pot was taken off the streets.

Troopers have not released the suspect’s name. The investigation continues.

One Response

  1. green peace

    It should be legalized and taxed. This would cut down on crimes like this. It would help the US tax debt. It has so many helpful property in medical research, making paper to help save trees, can be used to make clothes. And would make the crime rates go down. there is nothing bad about pot. there are no related death linked to pot. its just big tabacco and big alchol company keeping it illegal to make more money for the selves. meanwhile people die everyday from their products. something is very wrong with that. these people would like to have more money in there pockets than having peoples live.

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