K-9 leads to arrest of two Milwaukee men for $20,000 in meth
RACINE COUNTY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Racine County Sheriff's Deputies made a traffic stop on I-94 going north Thursday afternoon for various traffic violations.
During the traffic stop a K-9 sniffed the vehicle and uncovered 1024.1 grams of meth in two packages weighing about one pound each. The meth was found inside a box of toys and candy.
The approximate street value in Wisconsin is $10,000 per pound.
45-year-old Carlos Pagan and 39-year-old Luis Nieves Rivera, both from Milwaukee, were arrested with possession of meth.