Law enforcement officers near Kingman, Arizona, seized almost 90 pounds of methamphetamine, leading to the arrest of four people Thursday evening during a traffic stop.
About 5:30 p.m., detectives with the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office’s general narcotics enforcement stopped a vehicle on Interstate 40, south of Kingman, according to a statement from the agency. Police found 89 pounds of methamphetamine hidden inside the car.
The Sheriff’s Office estimated that the drugs have a street value of about $3.9 million.
Those arrested were 22-year-old German Alvarado, 28-year-old Abril Arreguin, 24-year-old Marlon Torres and 30-year-old Moises Moralez-Marquez. All face charges of transportation of dangerous drugs for sale and possession of dangerous drugs for sale, the Sheriff’s Office said.
Further information was not immediately available.