Oklahoma City K9 sniffs out drugs at traffic stop

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Thor, Source: Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office Facebook page

OKLAHOMA CITY — Thor the K9  sniffed out marijuana and prescription drugs during a traffic stop Tuesday, April 21.

Police say a deputy noticed a car following a trailer too closely on I-40 near Meridian.

Cortez Jones

Cortez Jones

Once pulled over, authorities say the 25-year-old driver, Cortez Jones from Tennessee, was visibly nervous. That’s when Thor was put to work.

The dog checked around the vehicle and gave a positive alert that there were drugs in the car. Deputies searched the car and found drugs in the spare tire.

There were 8.5 pounds of marijuana ($15,000 street value), 322 Hydrocodone pills ($1,500 street value), 65 Alprazolam pills ($130 street value), 50 Morphine pills ($500 street value) and marijuana edibles.

Jones was booked into jail on $10,000 bail with intent to distribute.

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