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Posted: Monday, June 24, 2013 7:46 am | Updated: 7:56 am, Mon Jun 24, 2013.

A man pulled over near downtown Klamath Falls was found to be in possession of 11 pounds of methamphetamine Sunday morning, the Oregon State Police announced in a press release.

James E. Gonzalez, 25, from Norwalk, Calif., was pulled over by an OSP trooper while driving northbound on Highway 97 near milepost 274, which is near the exit into downtown Klamath Falls. The man was driving a 1991 Land Rover Discovery with Nevada license plates.

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2 comments:

  • Todd Secoy posted at 9:21 am on Wed, Jun 26, 2013.

    Todddd Posts: 51

    The usual infraction is something about not maintaining a lane. I.e. his tire touched the painted lane line.

     
  • El Jefe AK47 posted at 12:28 pm on Mon, Jun 24, 2013.

    SeaTec Posts: 1

    Interesting to know that Out of state Drivers always get Pulled over On Highway 97. Always someone with Washington, California, or Nevada License Plate. Wounder what kind of Infraction was made.

     
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