Police K9 locates illegal drugs following a Pike Co. traffic stop – Scioto Valley Guardian

PIKE COUNTY, Ohio — A Pike County police canine located illegal narcotics following a traffic stop Saturday night.
According to reports, Pike County deputies stopped a vehicle just before midnight. The driver, officials said, showed criminal indicators which led to the canine request.
Deputies located nearly 1 ounce of methamphetamine, marijuana, suboxone, drug paraphernalia, and opioids.
The Sheriff’s Office has yet to release the name of the driver. The case remains under investigation.
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