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‘Inconsistent’ log book leads to multi-million dollar cocaine discovery


Indiana police say that they arrested a truck driver and his passenger after discovering a large amount of cocaine inside their vehicle during a traffic stop.

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department says that they conducted a traffic stop around 9:15 p.m. on September 8 on I-465 at the Kentucky Avenue exit in Indianapolis after officers observed a semi truck driver committing a traffic violation.

Police say that they interviewed 57 year old Gurindes Sing and 55 year old Jagdev Sanda and found that the information that they provided was inconsistent with their log book entries.

Officers were given permission to search the truck, and, “during the search of the contents, officers recovered 88 kilos of cocaine valued at 2.1 million dollars.”

Sing and Sanda were both arrested.


Police say that the truck had Ontario license plates.

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department is asking anyone with information about the incident to call Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana at 317-262-8477.


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