Traffic stop ends in 6-pound black tar heroin bust in Oklahoma City
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.
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.