Florida Highway Patrol finds bags full of drugs in ‘Bag Full of Drugs’

The advertising didn’t lie.

Florida Highway Patrol troopers don’t always find alleged evidence already tagged and bagged, but in the case of a traffic stop in Santa Rosa County, the alleged drug traffickers did the work for law enforcement when police said they put the drugs they were hauling in a bag marked “Bag Full of Drugs."

Troopers said the bag really did have drugs like methamphetamine, the date rape drug GHB, cocaine, MDMA and fentanyl, WTSP reported.

The Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s office reminded anyone who is thinking about breaking the law, that its K-9s can read.

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