from Western Journalism:
When a California man set out to Montana to purchase some tractor parts, little did he know that he would be forfeiting $16,000 of his cash to the Big Sky State. Montana has now taken action to stop this type of abuse from happening.
Lorenzo Ayala of Palo Alto was pulled over on I-90 by the Montana Highway Patrol for a routine traffic stop in February 2013.
The Casper Star-Tribune reports that state trooper Erick Fetterhoff, trained in drug recognition, became suspicious when he saw “a single key in the ignition, a bag of beef jerky, a bottle of Visine, cologne, lighters, clothing stored in plastic grocery bags, and trash littered throughout the car.”
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