JASPER, Tenn. (AP) — A trade stop in Tennessee incited into a large drug bust when authorities found 100 pounds of pot stashed in a motorhome.
The Chattanooga Times Free Press reports a Tennessee Highway Patrol guard celebrated several indicators of probable rapist activity after creation a stop in Marion County. The guard called for backup and perceived accede to hunt a motorhome.
The guard and his K-9 found several duffel bags and boxes in a bedroom area.
Authorities contend a motorhome motorist eventually suggested it was marijuana. Troopers afterwards located 6 card boxes containing 83 opening hermetic bags of high class pot weighing a sum of 100 pounds.
The car was seized and a think was arrested.
The motorist was roving from Colorado, where he got a marijuana, to Florida.