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‘Bag full of drugs’ labels give authorities big clue on traffic stop

Two men face drugs trafficking charges after officers pulled them over on the interstate in Florida.

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Drugs seized by Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office (Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office/PA)

Drugs seized by Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office (Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office/PA)

Drugs seized by Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office (Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office/PA)

Two men have been charged after authorities found their stash of illegal substances in carriers labelled “bag full of drugs”.

Ian Simmons and Joshua Reinhardt, both 34, were pulled over in Santa Rosa County, Florida, on Saturday when they were clocked going at 95mph on the interstate.

When troopers called into the local sheriff’s office for assistance, a sniffer dog detected drugs in the vehicle.

Santa Rosa K-9 Deputies recently assisted FHP on a traffic stop on I-10 where a large amount of narcotics were...

Posted by Santa Rosa County Sheriff's Office FL on Monday, February 3, 2020

Authorities found carriers labelled “bag full of drugs”, along with 75g of methamphetamine, 1.36kg of GHB, 1g of cocaine, 3.6g of fentanyl, 15 MDMA tablets and drugs paraphernalia.

Both men now face drugs trafficking charges.

Sheriff’s deputies wrote on Facebook: “Note to self- do not traffic your illegal narcotics in bags labeled ‘Bag Full Of Drugs’. Our K-9’s can read.”

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