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DPS Finds 51 Pounds Of Marijuana During Traffic Stop

Los Angeles To Not Enforce Ban On Marijuana Dispensaries
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It was another traffic stop that turned into much more Monday.

The DPS pulled over a Toyota Camry Monday morning in Moore County.  During the stop the trooper conducted a search of the vehicle and discovered 45 bundles of marijuana inside the trunk of the vehicle.  The estimated value of the drugs is more than $23,000.

Troopers arrested 53-year-old Joel A. Sanford for possession of marijuana and booked into the Moore County Jail.  The drugs were being transported from Sacramento, California to an unknown location.

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