California officials seize more than 250 pounds of meth


More than 250 pounds of methamphetamine were seized by authorities in California following a traffic stop, San Bernardino police announced Monday.

Officers with the department’s Narcotics Unit pulled over a driver suspected of transporting a large number of illegal drugs into San Bernardino. 

When officers carried out a search of the vehicle, they discovered 15 pounds of meth in a large black trash bag.

More than 250 pounds of methamphetamine were seized by authorities in California following a traffic stop in San Bernardino.
(San Bernardino Police Department)

Police then obtained and served a search warrant at the suspect’s home, where an additional 244 pounds of meth was found. Officers also seized more than $8,000 in cash that was discovered on the property.

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Officers in San Bernardino, California, found more than 250 pounds of meth in a man's car and at his house.

Officers in San Bernardino, California, found more than 250 pounds of meth in a man’s car and at his house.
(San Bernardino Police Department)

The overall street value of the seized narcotics is estimated at nearly $803,000, according to police.

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The overall street value of the seized narcotics is estimated at nearly 3,000, according to police.

The overall street value of the seized narcotics is estimated at nearly $803,000, according to police.
(San Bernardino Police Department)

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The suspect was arrested on felony charges and was booked in jail. His car was also towed.

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