Oklahoma County Deputy Makes $2 Million Cocaine Bust
OKLAHOMA CITY - A traffic stop Sunday night led to a 55-pound cocaine bust.
The Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office said a deputy watched a silver Chevrolet pickup truck cross three lanes of traffic before exiting at Northeast 122nd Street.
The driver 46-year-old Rafael Rocha, investigators said consented to a vehicle search.
The deputy didn't have to look far. On the floorboard in front of the passenger seat there was a large briefcase full of 25 kilo's of cocaine.
“Once they break that up you're talking about 2.5 million dollars street value worth of cocaine,” said Sheriff's Office Spokesman Mark Myers.
However, someone posted Rocha's $25,000 bond Monday, and he walked out of jail.