Adams County deputies bust driver with $1 million worth of meth in car subwoofer

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ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. — Adams County sheriff’s deputies made a 113-pound drug bust on Saturday when they stopped a vehicle for speeding.

The Adams County Sheriff’s Office said the deputies made a traffic stop and the passenger and driver were “very nervous.”

While writing a summons for the speeding violation, K-9 deputy Lopez arrived and his K-9 alerted to the trunk of the vehicle.

After a search, 113 pounds of methamphetamine were found in a subwoofer box, the office said.

K-9 Nacho, the deputies are being credited for taking more than $1 million worth of meth off the streets.

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