NEENAH – Two people are behind bars and more than $100,000 worth of methamphetamine is off the streets after a traffic stop in Neenah.
It happened around 10:45 Sunday night on Doctors Drive, near W. Peckham and S. Commercial streets.
Police say an officer noticed a car with its headlights turning off as it headed down the street. The officer pulled the vehicle over.
During the stop, police say the officer’s K9 indicated there were illegal drugs in the car.
A search of the vehicle uncovered three baggies containing a large quantity of meth, about $2,000 of cash, and a stolen handgun.
Search warrants for two residences uncovered more meth. In total about 13 ounces were seized, which is one of the largest single seizures in Northeast Wisconsin.
Police say two people, ages 29 and 31 years old, were booked into the Winnebago County Jail. Charges are being requested for possession with intent to deliver meth and possession of a firearm.
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