Calif. K-9 sniffs out 133 pounds of drugs worth $500K
The K-9 sniffed out $500K worth of processed marijuana and butane honey oil
By PoliceOne Staff
CHICO, Calif. — A California K-9 sniffed out more than $500,000 worth of illicit marijuana on Tuesday, Enterprise-Record reports.
Chico Police Officer Brandon Joseph’s K-9 partner, Pax, sniffed a package and alerted on a container in an undisclosed location in Chico, California.
During a service of the search warrant, about 133 pounds of processed marijuana and about 400 grams of butane honey oil was found. Police estimate the street value of the drugs to be about $500,000
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