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OR traffic stop leads to 22 pounds of meth worth $300,000

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KLAMATH FALLS, OR (KPTV) -

A traffic stop in southern Oregon led to a massive meth bust.

An Oregon State Police trooper stopped a car on Highway 97 in the Klamath Falls area at 2:30 p.m. Oct. 12 for multiple traffic violations.

After making contact with the driver, Sandra Guillen-Avila, 38, of Quincy, WA, and the passenger, Jeronmino Novoa-Leal, 24, of Antioch, CA, a subsequent investigation of the car followed.

Investigators said 22 pounds of methamphetamine was discovered. The approximate value of the meth is $300,000, according to police. OSP Drug Enforcement Section detectives assisted with the investigation at the scene.

Guillen-Avila was booked in the Klamath County Jail on charges of possession of a forged instrument, delivery and possession of methamphetamine and conspiracy.

Novoa-Leal is facing charges of delivery and possession of meth and conspiracy.

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