According to the Florida Highway Patrol, a traffic spot in Sumter County led a trooper to find 12 kilos of cocaine.
The traffic stop was due to troopers suspecting illegal window tints on a Dodge Journey that was headed south on I-75.
Troopers stopped the driver who was, 27-year-old Elizabeth Espinoza, became very nervous right away.
Espinoza was overly nervous causing authorities to call on FHP K-9 to search the vehicle.
That’s when officials discovered $1.2 million of cocaine in the car.
Espinoza was booked into the Sumter County Jail on multiple drug charges, including trafficking.
Florida Highway Patrol K-9 Flip helps Troopers in Sumter County seize 12 kilos of cocaine and make a trafficking arrest. pic.twitter.com/OEMRW0HZCm
— FLHSMV (@FLHSMV) January 8, 2020