Lewisville Police Make Major Meth Bust Thanks to Texas K-9
Police K-9, Stryker sniffed out approximately 595 pounds of methamphetamine in a tractor trailer located in Lewisville, Texas.
According to CNN, on February 23, at approximately 3 PM, Officer Pat Robey with the Lewisville Police Department responded to a call about a suspicious trailer located by a major highway in Lewisville, Texas.
Officer Robey instructed his K-9 partner, Stryker, to perform a free air sniff of the tractor trailer. Stryker, being the super good boy that he is, alerted Officer Robey to the presence of narcotics and the trailer was taken to the Lewisville Police Department to be searched.
Officer Robey along with others, were able to locate a hidden compartment in the tractor trailer and found approximately 595 pounds of methamphetamine. Police stated that the street value of the methamphetamine is close to 1.2 million dollar, and that the discovery was one of the biggest drug busts in the department's history.