State troopers seize package of 1,800 pills during traffic stop

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A traffic stop turned into a major drug bust Saturday when troopers with the Ohio State Highway Patrol seized a package containing over 1,800 pills of Oxycodone and Oxymorphone.

According to the OSHP's Facebook page, troopers stopped a car for a speed violation in Scioto County around 11:30 PM Saturday.

A female occupant in the vehicle informed the troopers she had hidden an item in the front of her pants and handed it to the troopers.  The package contained 1,673 Oxycodone pills and 179 Oxymorphone pills, worth nearly $42,000.

The driver, Randy Roberts of Southfield, Michigan, and the passenger, Robbin Roberts of Detroit, Michigan, were arrested and charged with possession and trafficking in Oxycodone as well as possession and trafficking in Oxymorphone.

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