Nebraska State Patrol Troopers Seize Nearly 25 Pounds of Drugs During a Traffic Stop

Nebraska State Patrol Troopers Seize Nearly 25 Pounds of Drugs During a Traffic Stop
An illicit substance found during traffic stop. Details here.

SEWARD COUNTY – A man was arrested in Seward County after troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol discovered just under 25 pounds of drugs in his vehicle.

According to the Nebraska State Patrol, troopers stopped a 2017 Kia Sorento around 11:20 a.m. on Monday for traveling at 87 miles per hour near mile marker 379 in Seward County. The vehicle was driven by 45-year-old Sean David Kramer from Prescott, Arizona. After conversations with Kramer, the troopers determined there was probable cause for a search of the vehicle.

During the search troopers discovered and seized 20 packages of methamphetamine, totaling 20.2 pounds, and seven packages of high grade marijuana, which totaled 4.5 pounds. The drugs have an estimated street value of $225,000.

Kramer was arrested and lodged in Seward County Jail on charges of Possession of Methamphetamine with Intent to Deliver, Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Deliver, and No Drug Tax Stamp.

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