Langley resident Kathleen Landry was allegedly busted with $2 million worth of heroin during a traffic stop in Modesto

Langley woman arrested in California with $2 million worth of heroin

A Modesto Police dog allegedly found the 38 kilos of drugs during a traffic stop.

A 63-year-old Langley woman was arrested in Modesto, Cali. allegedly carrying $2 million worth of heroin in her vehicle.

Kathleen Landry is behind bars, arrested for possession of a controlled substance for sales and transportation of a controlled substance.

According to the Modesto Police Department, a patrol officer and his canine partner assisted in the recovery of the large amount of heroin during a traffic stop on Highway 99 on Tuesday afternoon.

Officers stopped a Nissan Titan travelling north on Highway 99 for a traffic violation. During the stop, K-9 Cash was deployed and alerted his handler to possible drugs in the vehicle.

Patrol officers, with the assistance of the Modesto Narcotics Enforcement Team (MNET), obtained a search warrant for the truck. During the search, officers recovered 38 kilos of heroin with an estimated street value of over $2 million, said Modesto Police.

The driver, said to be Landry, was taken to jail.