The Texas Department of State Health Services says these numbers could rise as its investigation continues.
The driver Briana Tenorio,18, and passenger Jonathan Gonzalez, 20, were arrested for felony drug possession and taken to the Dan R. Beck Justice Center.
The five bags of methamphetamine have a street value of $400,000, says the Fayette County Sheriff's Office.
The Fayette County Sheriff's Office Narcotics Canine unit seized $500,000 dollars worth of cocaine at a traffic stop.
The Fayette County Sheriff's Office says no one was hurt after a fire destroyed a home near Rock Hill.
The narcotics have an estimated street value of $ 565,000 dollars.
Lobos has been diagnosed with cancer and the Fayette County Sheriff's Office is asking for donations to help cover the costs of treatment.
FCSO discovered approximately 10 kilos of cocaine, with an estimated street value of $1,000,000, inside the vehicle's oil pan.
LCRA says the CDPP grants helped fund 27 projects that range from buying new equipment for first responders to improving museums and libraries to helping community centers build handicapped-accessible restrooms.
FCSO says the cocaine has an estimated street value of $850,000.
The Fayette County Sheriff's Office says that a traffic stop resulted in the seizure of 18.5 lbs of raw fentanyl that roughly has a street value of $7.5M.
The identities of the two men have not been determined, says FCSO
A Fayette County Sheriff's Office sergeant searched the truck during the traffic stop and found approximately 253 pounds of marijuana hidden under a load of lumber and PVC pipes.
During a search, the investigator noticed tampering to a natural void in the rear wall of the vehicle, where he found several vacuum-sealed bundles of money totaling $136,000.
In a concealed compartment on the bus, several vacuum-sealed packages of money were found, totalling $186,070.
On Thursday, friends and family said their goodbyes to Mazie and Mike Hess, an Ellinger couple who died from their injuries after their home exploded.
Two people have been hospitalized after suffering severe injuries in a house explosion in Ellinger.
In an attempt to stop the vehicle, officers engaged spike strips which the driver tried to avoid and by doing so rolled the vehicle over into the grass median at the Smithville Municipal Airport.
A consent to search the vehicle lead an officer to open the lid of the cleaning truck where he found 350 lbs of marijuana.
A loss prevention agent at Tractor Supply told La Grange Police that the pair had passed counterfeit bills at several other Central Texas locations.