Light to moderate snow showers continue this Wednesday morning with cold temperatures to start the day. Roads are *very* icy and snow packed throughout southeast Colorado... so please allow extra time for the morning drive. Throughout the midday and afternoon, we'll keep the chance of some light, fine snow showers, but expecting minor accumulations through the day. Snow looks to finally push out this evening/overnight and our warm up begins. Head over to the "Weather' tab for a full look at the forecast.
A roadway drug bust yielded hundreds of grams of suspected heroin and meth.
Fountain police arrested the two occupants of the vehicle Thursday morning.
According to authorities, officers pulled over a vehicle out of California for a routine traffic stop just after 12:30 Thursday morning. Both people in the car allegedly gave inconsistent stories about where they were heading, rousing suspicions. Police dogs were deployed to the scene; after the dogs appeared to detect something inside the car, officers obtained a search warrant.
Officers say they found 234 grams of what is believed to be heroin, and 114 grams of suspected meth hidden in the car. Adolfo Lopez, 38, and Ublester Reatiga, 36, were both arrested.
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