- Associated Press - Sunday, November 1, 2015

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana State Police say a routine traffic stop led to the discovery of cocaine with a street value of about $2 million.

Authorities say they stopped a semi-truck about 4 p.m. Friday on Interstate 70 near the line between Marion and Hancock counties.

A K-9 unit was called and detected the narcotics. There were approximately 4 kilos of cocaine.

Authorities say legitimate household consumer products and shoes were also on board. The shipment started in California and was headed to Ohio.

Police took the driver into custody.

Federal agents are assisting state police with the investigation.

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