Police discovered $14,000, drugs and paraphernalia during a traffic stop Thursday, according to the Nampa Police Department.
An officer pulled over a Washington man driving a white Suburban on Interstate 84. During the stop the officer saw drug paraphernalia in plain view, so he called in a police dog, police said.
During the investigation, police found the money, 2 ounces of heroin, 2 small baggies of crack cocaine, about 9 grams of marijuana, assorted prescription pills, human growth hormones and a stolen handgun.
Police arrested the driver — Jacob Ross, 24, of Des Moines, Wash. — and charged him with drug trafficking, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and grand theft. Additional charges are pending, police said.
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Ross was apparently traveling from Washington to Las Vegas. Ross told officers he used the HGH to treat withdrawals, police said.