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OKLAHOMA CITY – A routine traffic stop has ended in a six-pound heroin bust and a suspect behind bars in Oklahoma City.

Deputies said they pulled over a car for a moving violation near N. Meridian and I-40 at about 8 p.m. Monday.Jaime Valenzuela Buelna

K9 deputy, Thor,
signaled there were drugs in the car.

Deputies searched the car and found six pounds of black tar heroin that could be worth up to $720,000 on the street.

Officials said they also found about $9,000 in cash in the car.

Deputies arrested Jaime Valenzuela-Buelna for aggravated trafficking of heroin and possession of drug proceeds.