NEVER FAILS, PULL OVER A NIGGER AND YOUR BOUND TO COME UP WITH SOMETHING.
Macon police seized 4 kilograms of cocaine this week during a traffic stop on the interstate.
Patrolling Interstate 16 late Wednesday night, Macon police officer Jason Kellum pulled over a 2000 Nissan Maxima for failure to maintain its lane. While the driver, 32-year-old Clayton County resident Kendrick Dion Mincey, talked to investigator Chris Valenziano, Kellum and a drug dog named Rita walked around the vehicle.
Kellum discovered the cocaine — about 10 pounds — wrapped in four separate bricks and stuffed in an empty dog food bag. The cocaine had an estimated street value of about $450,000, police said.