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Conn., police ‘dogs can smell the 420 pounds of marijuana in U-Haul truck

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Four of Connecticut’s State Police drug-sniffing dogs are being credited with helping to strike a collar, with two men on drug-trafficking charges.

“Troopers from Troop G stopped a truck on I-95 in Darien, the police said Friday’s bust. “If something doesn’t smell right, and the big dogs were called in.”

Who are the big dogs, he said, the police “warned” the pick-up truck, and a U-Haul rental, and a search is enabled, and 420 pounds of marijuana.

Police K-9’s pose with seized marijuana to its traffic bust on Friday on I-95.
(Connecticut State Police)

A CONNECTICUT WOMAN, 93, HAS BEEN FOUND DEAD AT THE BOTTOM OF THE STAIRS, AND WAS KILLED IN THE POLICE

The driver of the U-Haul Vahe Manjikian, 23, and his passenger, a 27-year-old Kevin Conrado, both of Los Angeles, california, were charged with possession of marijuana with intent to sell, Fox 61, In Hartford, are reported.

She is being held on a $ 100,000 bond pending the outcome of the trial, the station reported.

Their car was stopped on the busy interstate, at Darien, in the direction of New York City, according to police.

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The police have released a photo of the dogs, and the members of the County Narcotics task force, pose with the seized bales of marijuana and the U-Haul.

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