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TULSA (AP) — Oklahoma County sheriff’s deputies say they have seized 6 pounds of black tar heroin with a street value estimated around $720,000.


A spokesman for the sheriff’s office says deputies made the bust Monday night after a traffic stop in Oklahoma City. Officials say a deputy noticed a driver make an illegal lane change and pulled the vehicle over. A K9 signaled that drugs could be inside.


Deputies recovered several bundles of heroin and nearly $9,000.


The driver, Jaime Valenzuela-Buelna, was booked into jail on complaints of aggravated heroin trafficking and possession of drug proceeds. It was unclear whether Valenzuela-Buelna had an attorney.

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