Findlay District Troopers Removing Drugs and Weapons from Roads

Written on April 14, 2021

Efforts making Northwest Ohio safer

FINDLAY – Ohio State Highway Patrol Findlay District troopers have been working hard and increasing enforcement efforts to remove drugs and illegal weapons off roadways in northwest Ohio.

Troopers have made remarkable traffic stops that directly impact the safety of our communities. Below is a snapshot of traffic stops with notable drug seizures:

.153 pounds of marijuana seized with a street value of $382,500;

.Four pounds of hashish seized with a street value of $67,020;

.374 grams of fentanyl seized with a street value of $31,790;

.48 grams of crack cocaine seized with a street value of $2,544;

.223 Oxycodone pills seized with a street value of $4,237;

.1003 MDMA pills seized with a street value of $23,069; and

.75 grams of heroin with a street value of $9.900

Additionally, Findlay District troopers have made 311 misdemeanor drug arrests, seized 40 illegal firearms and recovered seven stolen vehicles.

The Patrol reminds motorists to call #677 when they suspect illegal or drug activity.


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