Narcotics Dog Uncovers Massive Drug Cache in Oregon

A senior trooper with the Oregon State Police conducted a traffic check on March 21 for an equipment violation and failure to yield; a narcotics canine was brought in and discovered almost 30 pounds of drugs in the vehicle.

About 36 pounds of suspected methamphetamines and about 2 pounds of suspected heroin were found after the dog found the smell.

Narcotics Dog Uncovers Massive Drug Cache in Oregon

The stop happened in Deschutes County on northbound US-97. The driver and passenger were 38 years old and from Sunnyside, Washington. Their names are Anabel Torres and Audel Torres Perez.

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Both were questioned and then let go until charges were brought.

Source- NBC News

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