Routine traffic stop leads to $75,000 worth of pot

Dakota Zehnder/ Kevin Zehnder
Monday, December 3, 2012 - 8:48pm

Three men are behind bars after a routine traffic led to the discovery of more than $75,000 worth of drugs.

On Saturday, at 1:30pm, the Bryan Police Department conducted a traffic stop in the 5000 block of east State Highway 21 which led to the discovery of 9 ½ lbs of hydroponic marijuana, valued at approximately $75,500, and a little over $5,000 cash.

Kevin Michael Zehnder, 23, of Tyler, Dakota James Zehnder, 20, Tyler, and Taylor Jerome Gadus, 21, Elgin were arrested and charged with possession of marijuana. Bond is set at $9,000 for each alleged dealer.

               Taylor Gadus

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