A traffic stop by Hawkins County investigators led to the discovery of methamphetamine, fentanyl, heroin, and ecstasy.
The Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office says it received information Wednesday that a vehicle with Georgia registration would be delivering a large amount of illegal drugs to Timberline Drive in Rogersville.
The sheriff’s office narcotics unit spotted the vehicle and pulled it over around 8 p.m.
During a search of the vehicle, investigators found illegal drugs under the hood in the engine compartment, in a purse inside the vehicle, and in a suitcase and pants located in the trunk. According to the sheriff’s office, they seized 1131 grams of a crystalline substance believed to be methamphetamine, 52 grams of a grey rock-like substance believed to be “Grey Death” fentanyl, 39 grams of pink rock-like substance believed to be “Pink” heroin, 720 dosage unit of multi-color pills believed to be Ecstasy, and 3 grams of brown rock-like substance believed to be “brown” Heroin.
The sheriff’s office says the meth, heroin, and ecstasy had an estimated street value of $115,300.
Investigators also found a loaded 9mm pistol.
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