109 pounds of marijuana to be sold during Spring Break seized by Gulfport police
GULFPORT – Police seized more than one hundred pounds of marijuana headed to Gulfport during a traffic stop bound for Spring Break parties, according to a report by WLOX.
The seizure occurred on Thursday night when police stopped a truck on the I-10 near the 33-mile marker in Gulfport due to a traffic offense. Gulfport investigators say the driver of the truck consented to a search and 109 pounds of marijuana hidden in the vehicle was found.
Police say that it was learned the drugs were to be sold during Gulfport Spring Break parties.
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