2 Florida Men Packed Cocaine in Lunchables

The Ohio State Highway Patrol confiscated 4 pounds of drugs stuffed in Lunchables boxes during a traffic stop in February.

The odd discovery was made after troopers pulled over a Ford F-150 speeding down the Turnpike. The driver, Nelson Lopez III, 21, and passenger, Nelson Lopez Jr., 41, both of Zephyrhills, Fla., were arrested and charged with possession and trafficking in cocaine.

The drugs worth $84,000 and a semiautomatic handgun were also removed from the rented vehicle.

Both men, if convicted, could face up to 22-years in prison and a $40,000 fine.

Photo courtesy of Ohio State Highway Patrol

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