“What do you know!” said one officer, “You know, you pull over hispanic after hispanic and you have to let them go because they weren’t doing anything wrong or that trailer full of lawn mowers and hedge clippers really did belong to them and then something like this happens. It just really makes your day!”
Around 6:30 p.m. Sunday, the Phelps County Sheriff’s Department said a Peterbuilt tractor trailer was stopped for a traffic violation.
During the course of the traffic stop, deputies became suspicious because of conflicting information and called in a K-9 trained in the detection of illegal narcotics. When the K-9 alerted on the tractor portion of the vehicle a search was conducted and 130 pounds of cocaine were found hidden in different locations of the vehicle.
The conflicting information they are referring to was that one of the “mexicans” in the car said that they were originally from Chile which immediately made them suspicious since they were obviously mexicans and “Chili” totally sounded made up.
via Globe Democrat