K9 Maximus knew Christmas was over. Why didn’t this drug dealer?

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A recent holiday road trip was anything but full of cheer for a California man stopped in Arizona and found to be transporting 95 pounds (43 kilograms) of cannabis, some of which was hidden inside wrapped Christmas presents he claimed were for his children. A deputy with the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) was conducting a traffic stop near Ash Fork, Ariz. on Dec. 30, 2020 when the discovery was made, YCSO reports in a statement posted on Facebook . Detecting the smell of cannabis, the deputy approached the vehicle. He questioned the 34-year-old driver from California, but found Samson Budagyan to be “deceptive” in his responses. Police raid results in seizure of six-foot tall cannabis ‘Christmas tree’ All Tommy Chong wants for Christmas is… a drill press to make weed pipes Martha Stewart bakes Snoop Dogg weed cookies for the holidays Budagyan also refused to consent to a search after the deputy noticed several wrapped Christmas gifts inside the car, the police statement notes. That being the case, the deputy deployed his K9 partner, Maximus, who sniffed around the exterior of the car and alerted the officer to the odour of drugs. The resulting vehicle search ended with the discovery of several vacuum-sealed packages of cannabis in boxes wrapped with Christmas paper, and in three suitcases in the trunk, Dwight D’Evelyn, public affairs supervisor for the YCSO, says in the Facebook post. In all, 95 pounds (43 kg) of weed was seized and the accused booked into a local detention centre. It’s not the first time Christmas wrapping has been used in surreptitious endeavours when it comes to weed. Others ending up on the naughty list included a couple headed to Vermont who were found with 70 pounds (32 kg) of cannabis flower in their vehicle, and the man…

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