IMPD seize more than $2 million worth of cocaine in traffic stop

A Sunday evening traffic stop in Indianapolis resulted in the discovery of more than $2 million worth of cocaine, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.

Police said a semi was pulled over on I-465 at the Kentucky Avenue exit on Sept. 8 just after 9:15 p.m. for a traffic violation.

IMPD said the driver and the passenger, 57-year-old Gurindes Sing and 55-year-old Jagdev Sanda, gave officers inconsistent information that didn’t match up with the truck’s log.

A subsequent search of the semi revealed 88 kilos of cocaine, worth approximately $2.1 million. Sing and Sanda were taken into custody.