Three women were detained after Indiana State Police discovered more than 100 pounds of methamphetamine inside their rented automobile.
According to state police, the automobile was stopped after the driver ran a stop sign near the Indianapolis Airport.
A Police K-9 discovered the meth in vacuum-sealed packages among numerous suitcases during the stop.
Agents with the Drug Enforcement Administration estimated the narcotics’ street worth to be roughly $500,000. That much meth may be 50,000 doses.
“The thing that’s so scary about the methamphetamine and the methamphetamine that we’re seizing and getting, their purities are at the highest levels they’ve ever been,” Michael Gannon, an Indiana Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agent, said
According to police, at least two of the accused are from California. All three suspects were charged with felony methamphetamine trafficking on Thursday.