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Marijuana Bust on I-40 Near Vega

A woman on her way from Phoenix to Milwaukee is in the Oldham County Jail tonight after troopers say she had more than 80 pounds of marijuana in her car.

It happened just after eleven Tuesday night near Vega where troopers say they pulled over Cassi Charlene Hughes after noticing signs of criminal activity.

When she refused consent to search her car, they say a drug dog found more than 27 thousand dollars worth of marijuana.

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