I-95 traffic stop nets 60 bags of heroin
A Wilmington man is behind bars, charged with felony drug counts after a traffic stop.
County Police say an officer saw a car speeding along I-95 southbound near Route 202 around 9:30 Thursday night.
The cop pulled the car over near the Martin Luther King Boulevard exit, and smelled an odor of marijuana.
A police dog found 60 bags of heroin packaged for sale, and more than 6 grams of crack cocaine.
The passenger, Lymond Moses, was also trying to hide about 3 and a quarter grams of pot in his pants.
Moses is being held at the Howard Young Prision, and the woman who was driving the car was released after being charged with several traffic counts.
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