A traffic stop in Cedar County in eastern Iowa led to the discovery of a large amount of pot. The state patrol stopped a car on Interstate 80 near Rochester east of Iowa City. The trooper became suspicious after questioning the driver, 35-year-old Bradley Nadler of Schenectady, New York, and a drug dog was called in. Officers found five duffle bags in the car, with three of them containing 75 pounds of pot valued at 120-thousand dollars. Nadler was charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, and drug tax stamp violation.
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