Photo: Officer Roenspie and K9 Dutch
Originally posted on Orland Police Department’s Facebook page –
“On Wednesday September 30th, 2020 at about 7:55 pm Officer Roenspie and his K9 partner Dutch were returning to Orland when they found a 2011 Dodge Ram 1500 towing a horse trailer that did not have any running or brake lights.
An enforcement stop was made and driver Oscar Estrada, 43, of Berry Creek was contacted. During the stop, Estrada admitted to having around 80 pounds of marijuana in the trailer and a large amount cash on his person.
Inside the vehicle Officer Roenspie located a switchblade knife with an approximate eight-inch blade inside the driver’s door. The Glenn County Major Crimes Task Force arrived and took over the case. Officers located eleven large trash bags full of processed marijuana inside the horse trailer, two of which had been separated into one-pound bags.
Estrada was found to have $12,008 dollars in cash on his person. Officers also located a methamphetamine pipe during a detailed search of the vehicle. The vehicle and contents were turned over to the Task Force for their investigation. Estrada was arrested and booked into the Glenn County Jail for marijuana possession and sales and possession of a knife or switchblade. A bail is not yet set for Estrada.”
K9 Dutch helps detect horse trailer full of marijuana was last modified: October 16th, 2020 by