Police say a Michigan man is in jail in Central Indiana after troopers found around 220 pounds of cocaine and 130 pounds of marijuana in a semi.
52-year-old John Jay Jackson is charged with dealing and possession. A trooper stopped Jackson’s semi Wednesday afternoon on I-70 near Monrovia for a compliance check.
Officers found four hidden compartments in the trailer which contained the drugs.
Jackson, age 52 of Michigan, was arrested on preliminary charges of: Dealing cocaine (level 2 felony), Possession of cocaine (level 2 felony), Dealing marijuana (level 5 felony), and Possession of marijuana (level 5 felony).
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