K-9 unit finds 29 grams of meth in car
A Lake Havasu City man was arrested for possession of dangerous drugs for sale, transportation of dangerous drugs for sale, and possession of drug paraphernalia after a K-9 unit sniffed out a bag of 29.1 grams of meth in his possession during a traffic stop.
According to the police report, Timmy Feliz, 46, was riding passenger in his friend’s car. They were on their way back from BlueWater Resort and Casino in Parker and were pulled over for speeding.
As Max, a K-9 from the La Paz County Sheriff’s Office sniffed around the outside of the vehicle, he alerted for narcotics at the front passenger side door.
After a search, a bag of meth was found, allegedly worth about $1,500 on the streets in its quantity.
Feliz told police he doesn’t use meth “too often, maybe once or twice a week,” as written in the report.
He was on felony release from jail and had been out for about one and a half weeks.