The drugs, packaged in more than a dozen Ziploc freezer bags, would have been worth about $350,000 on the streets, authorities said.
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The driver, who was not identified, was arrested and charged with aggravated trafficking of methamphetamine.
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“The negative impact it would have had, by destroying the lives of our citizens, could be detrimental to our society,” said Sheriff Mike Lee. “We would like to thank our deputies for their commitment and dedication to keeping our communities and citizens safe by taking illegal narcotics such as this off the streets and possibly out of the hands of our children.”