SUMNER COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) – When police saw a car with Texas plates and no lights, driving through heavy fog on Tuesday morning, they knew something was wrong.
An officer from the 18th Judicial Drug Task Force working on Interstate 65 pulled over the car, a white Ford, with two men inside.
Task Force Officer Jason Ghee said, “the vehicle, as I approached it, didn’t have any tail lights or running lights on and it and made it difficult for me to see it, ’til i got up on it.”
Ghee told News 2 he asked the men simple questions about their trip. He said they were nervous and their stories didn’t add up.
“They drove from Lubbock and will stay in Corbin Ky. for a day and then go back with no real purpose for the trip.”
Within minutes of the stop, a drug dog named Kailee picked up a strong odor of marijuana. Drug agents found 7 bundles in the trunk and 3 more under a blanket in the back seat of the car. They seized 10 bricks of