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Two Pounds of Meth Found During Traffic Stop

A CHP officer in Truckee located more than he suspected to find following a traffic stop earlier this week. Officer Peter Mann says the officer on patrol spotted a lifted maroon pick-up truck swerving on Highway 89. Officer Peter Mann says the officer noted a couple of suspicious things as he approached the truck.
Click here to listen to CHP Officer Peter Mann

The officer asked Shane Brayton, 39 of Reno and Rod Simpson, 44 of Sun Valley, Nevada to step out of the vehicle so he could conduct a probable cause search, and found something other than marijuana.
Click here to listen to CHP Officer Peter Mann

Estimated value of two pounds of methamphetamine is over 25,000 dollars.
Brayton,-Shane1 Simpson,-Rod1Brayton and Mann were taken into custody for possession for sale and transportation of a controlled substance and are being held on 250,000 dollars bail.

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