Deputies in Colorado say that more than 100 pounds of meth were discovered in a subwoofer box in the weekend.
(Adams County Sheriff’s Office )
It Was time to face the music?
Deputies in Colorado say that more than 100 kilos of methamphetamine with a value of more than $1 million were discovered in a subwoofer box in the weekend.
The drugs were found after a deputy pulled a car on Saturday, according to a Facebook post from the Adams County Sheriff’s Office.
“On Saturday, June 16, Deputy Bonder stopped a car for speeding,” deputies wrote. “As Deputy Bonder made contact with the driver, he noticed that both the driver and passenger were very nervous.”
She added, “During the writing of a summons for the speeding violation, K-9 Deputy Lopez arrived and his K-9 alerted to the trunk of the vehicle.”
The sheriff’s office said the vehicle was subsequently searched and the drugs were discovered.
“Good work, Vice-Bonder, Deputy Lopez and K-9 Nacho for taking more than $1 Million worth of methamphetamine off the street!! #acsoproud,” the post said.
A request for comment from the sheriff’s office was not immediately returned.