(Frederick, MD) — Maryland State Police are calling it an unusually large drug seizure for a routine traffic stop. A trooper pulled over a driver for speeding on I-70 early Tuesday and became suspicious, and called for a drug-sniffing dog. Police tell the “Frederick News Post” a Brooklyn woman was the passenger and that her bag in the back seat contained three-and-a-half pounds of powder and crack cocaine worth 125-thousand dollars. Twenty-year-old Dyanne Paul now faces charges including possession of a large amount of cocaine and intent to distribute. They released the driver after charging him with possession of paraphernalia.
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