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SEYMOUR, Ind. — Monday was a busy day for ISP Master Trooper Randel Miller and K-9 Jinx.

During two traffic stops on I-65 in Jackson County, the pair discovered multiple types of illegal drugs and two out-of-state residents were arrested.

The first traffic stop happened shortly before 11 a.m. on SB I-65 near the 50-mile marker after Trp. Miller encountered a Mercedes that was going nearly 100 mph.

During the traffic stop, Jinx alerted to the odor of drugs in the vehicle. Troopers located heroin, marijuana, cocaine, and two guns.

The driver of the vehicle, Tony C. Jackson, age 63, Muskegon, Michigan, was arrested on felony charges of Possession of Cocaine with a Firearm and Possession of Narcotic Drug with a firearm.

He was also arrested on misdemeanor charges of Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of a Handgun without a permit.

The second investigation by Trp. Miller and Jinx began at about 2:30 p.m. when Miller stopped a Toyota Corolla on SB I-65.

Jinx again alerted to the odor of illegal drugs coming from the vehicle. Police searched the car and found ecstasy, MDMA, LSD, magic mushrooms, ketamine, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and more than $600 in cash.

The driver, Nabeel J. Husari, age 29, Springfield, Tennessee, was arrested on numerous felony charges of Dealing Controlled Substances and Possession of Controlled Substances. He also faces misdemeanor counts of Dealing Drug Paraphernalia and Possession of Marijuana.

Guns and drugs found during a traffic stop on I-65 in southern Indiana.

(Photo by ISP.)