Lewisville Police Make Huge Drug Bust With K-9 Help

Austin York
February 24, 2020 - 7:04 pm
Meth Bust

Lewisville Police


LEWISVILLE (KRLD) - With the help of a K-9 officer, Lewisville police make a huge drug bust. 

It was Sunday afternoon when Lewisville police received an anonymous tip about a suspicious tractor-trailer. 

Officer Pat Robey brought along his K-9 partner Stryker to do what the department calls a "free air sniff" on the trailer.

It didn't take long before Stryker was barking and alerting Officer Robey of the presence of drugs. 

Meth Bust
Lewisville Police

When officers got the trailer to a safe location to search they found nearly 600 pounds of meth worth a whopping $1.2 million dollars on the street. The drugs were located in a secret compartment. 

Lewisville police say it's one of the largest drug busts in the history of the city.​