Traffic stop leads to large drug bust


A routine traffic stop by Nash, Texas Police resulted in the discovery of multiple drugs and $46,000 in cash Tuesday afternoon.

According to Nash Police Detective Michael Sutton, shortly before 3 p.m. Nash officers conducted a traffic stop on Dustin Terrace in Nash, TX. As a result of the stop, officers located just under a pound of marijuana, and codeine. The driver, Tyundrae Foster was arrested for possession of marijuana over 4oz under 5 lbs. and possession of a controlled substance in penalty group 1 over 4g under 200g, both of which are felonies.

According to Sutton, as a result of the stop, officers went to a nearby residence to check the welfare of Foster’s child, who was being kept by Jeremy Robinson. A search warrant was obtained for Robinson’s residence. After executing the search warrant, over $46,000 in cash, about 20 lbs. of marijuana and 6 firearms were recovered from inside Robinson’s residence.

Robinson was charged with possession of marijuana over 5 lbs. under 50 lbs. and money laundering, both of which are felonies.

Both are currently in Bi-State Jail.

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