The Centralia Police Department in Washington pulled over a Freightliner big rig truck which was delivering Starbuck’s java from California to Washington and discovered that the driver and his passenger had been acting suspiciously.
Officers deployed a narcotics-sniffing K-9 to check out the truck where the puppy found a great deal of meth, Fox News reports.
An investigation of the truck’s interior discovered 40 packs of meth at a television box around the upper bunk of the vehicle’s sleeper berth, The Olympian reported.
Under the mattress on the lower bunk, an additional 50 packs of meth were discovered, combined with 2.4 pounds of suspected heroin, tens of thousands of 30 milligram Oxycodone pills, and a couple of grams of cocaine.
A weighted total of 126 pounds of meth was found at the truck.
The motorist, a 22-year-old man from Mexico, and passenger, a 62-year-old guy from Fontana, California, were booked in to Lewis County Jail on several drug charges.
Centralia Police Department
Not one of this contraband was discovered at the trailer, and none of those Starbucks products were exposed or compromised, the release states.
Great job guys!