Indiana highway site of $2M cocaine bust

June 15, 2010

More than 50 pounds of cocaine are in the hands of Indiana State police. A trooper stopped a semi Monday morning for a routine inspection on Interstate 70 near New Castle. After talking to the driver and passenger, the trooper called for help and searched the semi. Investigators found cocaine inside the trailer valued at more than $2 million. The truck driver and passenger were both arrested. Investigators say the cocaine was on its way from California to New Jersey