Colorado State Troopers seize 173 pounds of suspected marijuana from U-Haul rental van near Eagle
Driver identified as Greeley woman
On May at approximately 9:50 p.m., the Colorado State Patrol stopped a GMC U-Haul rental van for a traffic violation near Eagle, according to a news release by the State Patrol. During the stop, the trooper observed several large boxes in the rear of the rental van and the odor of marijuana coming from the van, according to the release.
The driver was identified as Megan Meyer, 28, of Greeley, who informed the trooper they were transporting the boxes from Colorado to Las Vegas, says the release.
After a complete search of the van, troopers seized 173 pounds of suspected marijuana and 3,800 grams of suspected concentrated marijuana oil.
Meyer was booked into the Eagle County Detentions Center for possession of marijuana (more than 50 pounds) and careless driving.
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