The Georgia Department of Public Safety (DPS) says that a CMV driver was not aware that one of the storage units they were hauling contained a variety of illegal drugs.
According to Georgia DPS, last week a CMV hauling storage units was stopped in Peach County for following another vehicle too closely.
During the roadside inspection, a canine unit was brought in to walk around the vehicle.
The dog alerted to one of the storage units, which triggered a physical search.
Inside the unit, police found five grams of suspected pure fentanyl, two grams of heroin, five dried opium poppy flowers, and a small bag filled with opium poppy seeds for cultivation, among other paraphernalia.
“The driver had no connection and the drugs were seized for destruction,” Georgia DPS said.