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More than $200,000 in pot found on I-40

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Amarillo, TX - Texas Department of Public Safety troopers made a big bust Monday morning on Interstate 40.

Just before 10:00 a.m., troopers say they found 50 pounds of pot stashed inside a pick-up, driven by 57 year-old Suzanne Joan Mayner of Fort Bragg, California.

Troopers believe the stash, worth more than $221,000, was being taken from California to Charleston, South Carolina.

Mayner was taken to the Carson County jail, and faces a felony possession of a controlled substance charge.

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