A police dog in Modesto, Calif., reacted to a routine traffic stop on July 26 and uncovered $2 million worth of heroin.
The Modesto Police announced the arrest of 63-year-old Kathleen Landry of Langley.
Officers stopped a Nissan Titan for a traffic violation.
Cash, a police dog, alerted on the vehicle.
Patrol officers, with the assistance of the Modesto Narcotics Enforcement Team (MNET), obtained a search warrant for the truck. During the search, officers recovered 38 kilos of heroin with an estimated street value of over $2 million.
Landry was arrested for possession of a controlled substance for sales, and transportation of a controlled substance, according to the Modesto Police.
The announcement received a lot of positive response on the Modesto Facebook page with people in the community glad to see so much narcotic off the street.
PHOTO: The Modesto Police released a photo of heroin discovered in a vehicle. (Modesto Police photo)