Cocopuffs

Branyel Dquan Johnson, Na-Tasha Nicole Peoples and David Xavier Delgado are pictured with NCSO police dog officer Zolton.

HOLBROOK — Three people were stopped on Sept. 20 on Interstate 40 by the Navajo County Sheriff’s Department and found to have narcotics valued at more than $520,000.

During the traffic stop at milepost 250 the department’s canine officer Zolton was walked around the vehicle to perform a free air sniff, and he had a positive alert.

Reach the reporter at rlynch@wmicentral.com

(6) comments

P555

I'm assuming the drugs were found in the cereal boxes? Great journalism and editing...

Staff
publisher

Hi Friend. These reports are publications of the info law enforcement agencies send to the paper. Like obituaries they are not edited, just so you know. Comments welcome at the NCSO.

Scotty

Did you mean to say “Cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs”?

Scotty

“Cuckoo” and “Cocoa Puffs”.

Hairy

These folks don't look in the least bit worried. Interesting

Juleray

They look lovely.

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