Police in Tennessee have seized 54 pounds of crystal meth in Clarksville worth nearly $2 million and two Hopkinsville, Kentucky, men are in custody.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office said in a release their K-9 Unit and the 19th Judicial District Task Force seized on Wednesday the drugs along with $7,000 in cash.
According to the office, agents developed with information from the Pennyrile Narcotics Task Force probable cause for a search warrant in the North Clarksville area. The drugs were found in wrapped in individual packages and tested positive for methamphetamine.
According to crystalmethaddiction.org, one gram of crystal meth is $80. Police estimate the approximate total street value of the seized drugs is $2 million.
Kentucky law enforcement took 45-year-old James Castile and 46-year-old Stan Crunk of Hopkinsville into custody. They face numerous drug charges.