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(Portland, OR)  --  Oregon State Police are praising one of their K-9 units for helping take more than 120 pounds of meth off the streets.  Police say K-9 Nero helped out with the bust November 21st during a traffic stop on I-5 near Eugene.  The trooper conducting the traffic stop says he applied the dog's drug-sniffing talents to the car after he became suspicious of criminal activity.  K-9 Nero found 124 pounds of meth concealed in several bags in the vehicle's trunk.

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