Traffic stop leads to arrest, 75 pounds of marijuana valued at $225K

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HUNTERDON COUNTY -

A traffic stop in Hunterdon County has led to an arrest and the discovery of over 75 pounds of marijuana valued at $225,000.

According to police, they pulled over Timothy Coyle, 47, of Washington, New Jersey, last Wednesday, where they found eight pounds of marijuana in the car.

Police say a search warrant of his house turned up the rest.

The approximate value of the drugs is $225,000.

Coyle was arrested and charged with multiple drug offenses.

The Hunterdon County Prosecutor's Office teamed up with Warren County and the state police to make the arrest.

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