Archive for Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Kansas patrol arrests 2 on drug charges near Junction City

April 20, 2011


— Kansas Highway Patrol troopers confiscated about $260,000 worth of marijuana during a recent traffic stop near Junction City.

The Topeka Capital Journal reports that troopers stopped an RV on Tuesday for a license plate violation and for having a cracked windshield.

The patrol said the trooper became suspicious and searched the vehicle. He found 52 pounds of what officers said was high-grade marijuana.

Two men from Lancaster, Calif., were arrested for possession of marijuana with intent to sell. Both were held in Geary County pending their first appearance in Geary County District Court.


lounger 6 years, 9 months ago

Waste of time and Money! Please go out and stop all the Meth heads and alcoholics on the road but leave the Harmless Marijuana smokers alone! This is going to give our state a bad name with interstate travel.

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