The Utah police pulled over a vehicle close to 3500 South on I-15 in what they call the biggest drug bust in Utah history.
Police say that they received a tip from the Department of Homeland security about the vehicle and subsequently made the stop. They used a K-9 dog to sniff out the drugs and ultimately found a suitcase of methamphetamine in the trunk of the car.
Police say that the amount of methamphetamine amounted to 68 pounds which has a street value of $2 million.
The driver of the vehicle had several new backpacks and notes of certain stops in Wyoming and Montana where police suspect the individual planned to drop off the backpacks for distribution.
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