Traffic Stop Leads to 2 Million Dollars Worth of Narcotics 

Traffic Stop Leads to 2 Million Dollars Worth of Narcotics 


A traffic stop on Monday afternoon netted $2 million in narcotics headed for the streets of Indianapolis.

Monday at approximately 1:30 p.m., an Indiana State Police Trooper stopped a Chrysler van on Interstate 70 near the fifty-nine-mile marker for unsafe lane movement. 

Arrested and Charges were: 

Driver of the vehicle, Ester Osegueda, 32, Porterville, California

  • Dealing Narcotics, Level 2, Felony

Passenger of the vehicle, Adam Lopez, 27, Tulare, California

  • Dealing Narcotics, Level 2 Felony 

During the conversation with the two occupants, the trooper observed criminal indicators and a subsequent investigation led to a search of the vehicle. 

During that search, the trooper discovered 134 pounds of crystal methamphetamine and 90 pounds of fentanyl concealed in the cargo area.

The drugs originated from Memphis, Tennessee, and were destined for Indianapolis, Indiana

The estimated value of the narcotics is two million dollars.

Both subjects were taken into custody and transported to the Hendricks County Jail where they are currently being detained.