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SOUTH BUFFALO TOWNSHIP (KDKA) – A routine traffic stop for officers in Armstrong County led to a suspected drug bust.
Police say they initiated a traffic stop on Oct. 5 at approximately 5:48 p.m. at Exit 18 on Route 28 North in South Buffalo Twp.
Officials say that the driver showed signs of impairment.
After investigating further, police found that the 50-year-old male and 44-year-old female inside the vehicle possessed a total of 45 bags of suspected heroin.
Police say the operator consented to a blood draw.
The identities of the suspects have not yet been released. Charges are pending lab results, according to authorities.