Various drug and weapons charges were handed to three men in Arizona after a traffic stop on Oct. 4. The incident began shortly after midnight when a Pinal County sheriff's deputy allegedly spotted a driver commit a traffic violation on Interstate 10. After pulling the car over outside Casa Grande, the deputy claims to have discovered over 1,000 rounds of ammunition and 10 AK-47s contained in the vehicle.
The three occupants of the vehicle were held in custody at Pinal County Jail for suspicion of committing several drug and weapons crimes. The men, ages 26, 36 and 52, were each charged for misconduct involving weapons, possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony crime and trafficking in weapons. They also received drug charges for being in possession of marijuana and cocaine.