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Two arrested in I-40 meth bust

Amarillo, TX - Two people are in jail after DPS troopers confiscated over two-hundred thousand dollars worth of drugs.

Troopers say Tuesday morning they conducted a traffic stop on I-40 near Conway in Carson County.
Over six pounds of methamphetamine were discovered inside of the vehicle.

21 year old Moses Chacon and 34-year old Glenda Chacon, both from Los Angeles, were placed under arrest for possession of a controlled substance.

The illegal drugs were reportedly being transported from Los Angeles to Kansas City.

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