加州K-9在交通停车期间嗅出$ 300G的可疑毒品钱

California K-9 sniffs out $  300G in suspected drug money during traffic stop

一个 police K-9加利福尼亚州 sniffed out an estimated $ 300,000 in suspected 药品 money during a traffic stop, 当局周一表示.

Beny, a K-9 officer with the California Highway Patrol (CHP), was called on to sniff a Chevy Tahoe on Dec. 21 in Merced, the department 在声明中说. A CHP officer had pulled over the vehicle for tailgating and noticed several things that led to suspicions of criminal activity.

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Beny sniffed the vehicle’s exterior and gave a positive alert to the odor of narcotics, the CHP said.

Officers then searched the vehicle and found a suitcase and backpack filled with a large amount of cash, 声明说. Investigators believe the money came from the sale of drugs.

While an official count is pending, officers estimated the cash amounted to around $ 300,000.

Officers seized the money and the driver was arrested. A charge of possessing over $ 100,000 of money related to drug sales was pending, 该部门说.

The incident was one of several high-profile busts Beny and the CHP made this month.

On Dec. 11, Beny busted a driver who was found with two suitcases and a black briefcase filled with $ 1,017,750 用现金, 该部门说. Investigators believed the money also came from drug sales.

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一周之后, 在十二月. 18, another traffic stop led Beny to sniff out 23 pounds of suspected crystal methamphetamine, 2.2 pounds of suspected heroin and approximately 1.5 pounds of suspected fentanyl pills. The drugs have a street value estimated at $ 677,000, the CHP said.

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