Almost $1 Million in Meth Seized in Texas Traffic Stop
If you're going to ride dirty, be sure to ride right.
A California driver as well as more than 11 pounds of methamphetamine worth nearly a million dollars is in custody after a traffic stop this past weekend in the Texas Panhandle.
According to CBS News, a state trooper pulled over 29-year-old Carmalia Bautista of Corcoran, California on Interstate 40 in Carson County. He called in a canine unit for help and the troopers found several tape-wrapped packages of meth inside a spare tire.
Carmalia Bautista is in the Carson County jail on a charge of felony possession of a controlled substance. Authorities believed the drugs were heading to Missouri.