Oregon State Police say they seized $180,000 worth of cocaine and methamphetamine Friday during a traffic stop near Ashland. Two Washington state men have been arrested. The Jackson County Jail website lists both as illegal immigrants.
Sgt. Jim Johnson says a trooper stopped a Dodge Caravan northbound on Interstate 5 for speeding. After a drug dog checked the vehicle, officers found about nine pounds of cocaine valued at $100,000 and four pounds of meth valued at $80,000.
A 28-year-old Kent, Wash., man and a 32-year-old Lakewood, Wash., man were arrested for investigation of unlawful possession, distribution and manufacture of the two drugs.