By CBSDFW.com Staff

SOUTHLAKE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A traffic stop in Southlake led to a substantial drug bust on June 19.

Officers found “more molly, a Smith and Wesson handgun, meth, cocaine, mushrooms, heroin with fentanyl, cannabis oil, prescription cough syrup drank, Hydrocodone, cannabis oil, bundled up cash money, and a whole bunch of pills.” (credit: Southlake Police Department)

Officers initially pulled over suspect Jahaziel Gonzalez around Southridge Lakes for not having a rear license plate light. The car Gonzalez was driving also showed to have warrants. The warrants were for Gonzalez and officers arrested him.

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Police said he expressed concern about them towing his car before admitting he had ecstasy in his pocket. Officers searched his car and found: “more molly, a Smith and Wesson handgun, meth, cocaine, mushrooms, heroin with fentanyl, cannabis oil, prescription cough syrup drank, Hydrocodone, cannabis oil, bundled up cash money and a whole bunch of pills.”

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They also found unique and separated packaging, baggies and a ledger detailing drug transactions, police said.

Gonzalez now faces drug charges.

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CBSDFW.com Staff