Major drug bust stems from traffic stop

Arnold, PA – A routine traffic stop turned into a major drug bust says KDKA. In Westmoreland County, a man was pulled over for a vehicle code violation and police found a water bottle that contained about three ounces of powder cocaine.

Michael Fisher, 44, was also found to have other drugs, including about six ounces of crack cocaine, 14 grams of marijuana and 34 stamp bags of heroin.

A police dog sniffed out all the drugs in the car. The K-9 handler also discovered other containers and $4,000 in cash being possessed by Fisher.

Police say the drugs combined for an estimated $27,000 worth of street value.

Fisher was arrested and is facing several drug related charges.

 

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