OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma City police said they stopped a man for a traffic violation and discovered methamphetamine and nearly $2,000 in cash.

On May 23, police saw 19-year-old Jesus Guerrero make an improper lane change near S.E. 59th Street and Shields. They stopped the car and asked Guerrero for his driver's license and insurance verification. Police said he could only produce a state identification card so they placed him under arrest.

While officers were doing an inventory of Guerrero's car, they noticed an open Kid Cuisine box with 16 plastic baggies inside of it. Police tested the contents and confirmed the baggies were filled with meth.

Police also found $1,749 in cash inside Guerrero's wallet. He was booked into the Oklahoma County jail on complaints of aggravated drug trafficking and possession of drug proceeds.