Routine Traffic Stops Leads to Cocaine Arrest

Routine Traffic Stops Leads to Cocaine Arrest

POSTED: Friday, January 20, 2012 - 9:26pm

UPDATED: Saturday, January 21, 2012 - 5:49pm

El Paso- A routine traffic stop in west El Paso ending up being just that. 33-year-old Christian Sierra was arrested by El Paso police officers last night for possession of a controlled substance, after officers stopped two baggies of cocaine in the console of his car.

     It all started when Sierra was pulled over after officers noticed his 2001 Chervolet Impala had an expired inspection sticker. Officers say when they pulled him over, they saw the two baggies of cocaine, weighing a total of two grams. Sierra was booked in the El Paso County jail. His bond has been set at $5,000.

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Big Deal, Why didn't the police and their fantastic wisdom follow them to the house or wherever and get the big guy. Two (2) grams of coke isn't enough to celebrate a raging bust get smart, do your home work you all get F's. If it's about money you all could have impounded a house and contents all you got was a lousy car and a few cigarette butts and empty beer cans. Next time Think....

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