A Drug-sniffing dog has stopped heroin, marijuana and other drugs from being sold and purchased in central Ohio, 10TV’s Ashleigh Barry reported.
Madison Township police said that drugs pass through central Ohio via U.S. Route 33, what officers call Heroin Highway.
K-9 Officer Eric Rose said that he and his K-9 partner JT confiscate drugs along Rt. 33 on a daily basis.
“You can get them westbound with the cash from the dope or eastbound bringing the dope back home,” Rose said.
Rose said that JT can find hidden drugs in a matter of seconds.
On Monday, JT sniffed cocaine that two women allegedly hid inside body cavities, Barry reported.
“As the traffic stop was occurring, both of the female occupants had inserted the heroin into their body cavities in an attempt to hide it from us,” Rose said.
The two women were arrested.
Madison Township police said that within the last year, JT has sniffed out 250 drug-related cases.
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