She don’t lie, she don’t lie, she don’t lie. Cocaine.
Two Texas residents were singing the blues Wednesday after a Laredo County K-9 sniffed out 7.5 kilograms of cocaine during a traffic stop, KXAN reported.
Sgt. Randy Thumann and K-9 Kolt stopped a Chevrolet Avalanche on Interstate 10 near Flatonia for a traffic violation, the television station reported. The driver and passenger allowed the deputy to search their vehicle, and the dog alerted his partner about narcotics.
Thumann found cocaine spray inside the karaoke machine in the back seat, KXAN reported. According to the Fayette County Sheriff's Office, the street value of the cocaine is $750,000.
The driver, Sandra Mendiola Garza, 35, of Laredo, and passenger, Alifonzo Garza Jr. 37, also of Laredo, were arrested on felony cocaine possession charges and booked into the county jail, the television station reported.