K9 officer detects marijuana in car on I-35

Team Radio Marketing Group - March 3, 2017 1:49 pm

K9 Deputy Zeus with the marijuana found in a vehicle.

On Wednesday, the Kay County Sheriff’s Office K9 Unit, assigned to the District 8 Drug Task Force, stopped a vehicle traveling from Wichita, Kansas, to Oklahoma City on Interstate 35 for a minor traffic violation.

A deputy could smell the odor of marijuana coming from inside the car and a subsequent search revealed over 2 pounds of marijuana.

The male driver, Marvell Standifer, was arrested and transported to the Kay County Detention Facility. A female passenger and 2 minor children were released from the scene.

Bond was set for Standifer on Thursday at $100,000.

Pictured  is Kay County Sheriff’s Office K9 Deputy Zeus with the marijuana found.


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