A Fayette County sergeant made a routine traffic stop and ended up finding about 5 kilos of cocaine.
Sgt. Randy Thumann and his K9 partner Lobos stopped a Dodge Charger on I-10 on February 2. The driver became nervous while talking to the sergeant, which led Thumann to get consent to search the vehicle.
Thumann and Investigator David Smith found approximately 5 kilos of cocaine hidden inside the rear seats under two children that were in baby seats.
The estimated street value of the cocaine is $500,000. The driver was arrested for felony drug possession.