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Traffic stop yields more than 200 pounds of marijuana

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Amarillo, TX - State troopers uncovered nearly $100,000 of marijuana.

In a traffic stop on I-40 near Conway Monday, troopers say they found 213 pounds of marijuana in the trunk of the vehicle.

he driver and passenger, 24 year-old Juan Daniel Parra and 20 year-old Raul Ernesto Araujo-Borrego, both of Tucson, Arizona, are charged with felony possession of a controlled substance.

Troopers believe the drugs were being taken from Tucson to Fort Lee, Virginia.
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