Fake At&t truck was carrying a ton of cannabis.
Two men were arrested after police officers found a ton of cannabis inside of the fake At&t truck in Texas.
Texas state troopers stopped a vehicle, that outside looked like a service car from At&t, for driving with the speed 12 m/h over the limit, west of McCook, Hidalgo County, TX.
Police officer knew that something must be up when the driver tried to run away. Aaron Arrellano-Salgado didn't get far before he was cought. After the inspection of the Fake At&t truck, police found 2.168 pouns of cannabis in 189 packages.
State troopers also stoped the second vehicle, for not stoping at the Stop sign. Behind the wheel was a guy named Wilfredo Garza-Salgado. As was reported Wilfredo Garza was escorting the fake At&t truck.
Cops also reported that both drivers show on a man who lives in Roma, TX, and he promised to pay $1000 to Aaron Arrellano-Salgado for driving the fake At&t truck, and $500 to Wilfredo for escprting the truck.
The hearing with the U.S. Magistrate Court Judge Peter Ormsby was planned on January 19. No news was announced after that.