Traffic Stop Leads To Biggest Meth Bust In DTF History

A traffic stop has led to the largest methamphetamine bust in St. Clair County Drug Task Force history.  According to St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon, a road patrol deputy executed the stop on I-69 near Kinney Road on November 2nd at about 1:30 p.m.  While talking with the driver of the vehicle, the deputy became suspicious about possible narcotics activity and requested the Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit to respond.  The K-9 alerted to narcotics being in the vehicle.  Members of the Drug Task Force were called to assist.  During a search of the vehicle, the DTF located and seized $125,000 worth of meth, along with a quantity of marijuana and $1200 in cash.  The suspect, a 38 year old man from Port Huron was arrested at the scene.  He is expected to face charges including possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine and possession with intent to deliver marijuana.