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Thursday, 20 July 2017

$2M worth of liquid crystal meth found in car woman drove through Austin with 4-year-old daughter

A police dog discovered about 75 pounds of liquid crystal meth hidden inside degreaser jugs in a woman's car last week, Austin police said.
Officers pulled over the 2013 Dodge Avenger for speeding in the 5400 block of North Interstate 35, near U.S. 290, July 12. They became suspicious of the driver, 23-year-old Seline Lizbeth Ayala of Laredo, police said.




Ayala told them that she worked for a doctor and was supposed to be in Dallas the next morning, but she couldn't name her employer, the purpose for the meeting or the specific location of it, KVUE reports.
Officers said that when they asked about narcotics trafficking, Ayala refused to let them search the car, which her 4-year-old daughter and another 23-year-old were also in.
As the questioning continued, Ayala got visibly nervous and verbally aggressive, KVUE reports.

Emma, an APD K-9, gave a positive alert to the Avenger, where officers found the liquid crystal meth hidden in jugs, police said. It's estimated to be worth $2 million.
Ayala was arrested and faces federal drug trafficking charges.
She later admitted that she'd previously made a meth delivery to Carrollton, KVUE reports.

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