Kilos of Fentanyl, Stolen Police Gun Discovered in Traffic Stop

A traffic stop for speeding on I-95 northbound near State Road 207 in Elkton, Florida, led to the discovery of drugs and firearms by a St. Johns County deputy and a U.S. Border Patrol Agent. The driver, Cleon Miller, 31, of Ft. Lauderdale, was already wanted by authorities in Broward County. A K-9 unit detected drugs in the vehicle, leading to a search that revealed a loaded Draco AK-47 pistol, a Glock 43 pistol, and a stolen Sig Sauer pistol. The trunk contained 26 pounds of crystal meth and two kilos of fentanyl, enough to potentially kill a million people. Miller, who claimed he was unaware of the drugs and one of the guns, was charged with drug trafficking and grand theft of a firearm. He is currently held without bond in the St. Johns County Jail due to a warrant from Broward County.

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