Traffic stop in Summit County nets more than 26 pounds of pot, about 143 grams of ‘Dabs’

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SUMMIT COUNTY,  Utah — Police in Park City making a traffic stop found more than 26 pounds of marijuana and 143 grams of of a concentrated hash substance called “Dabs” after a K9 indicated on a vehicle, and two suspects have been booked into jail.

According to a post from the Park City Police Department made Thursday, an officer pulled a vehicle over on eastbound I-80 near mile marker 170 during a highway interdiction shift.

A K9 positively indicated there was suspected contraband in the car, and a search revealed more than 26 pounds of marijuana and about 143 grams of Dabs, which police described as being a hash concentrate.

Two out of state male suspects who have thus far not been identified were booked into the Summit County Jail.

6 comments

  • Bob

    Stop persecuting pot smokers for revenue generation. Look at the positive changes Colorado has wrought with their legalization? They have increased tax revenue and kept countless people out of the prison industrial complex for non-violent drug crimes. Get the mormon gestapo out of the legislation business (this is NOT a theocracy, neither the State or the nation). Look at the problem with smuggling? If pot is legal, you have fewer drug smugglers running through the State, which protects lives and safety. Law enforcement can focus on the harmful substances like pills, heroin and meth, which are the real problem in Utah.

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