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Drug Arrest On I-81 In Sullivan Co., Tenn.

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By Richard Harker

A routine traffic stop turned into a drug bust, according to the Kingsport Police Department.

Police arrested Devon Wilks and his nephew Anthony Wilks on drug charges on Thursday. Both men are from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Police say they stopped the Wilks' on I-81 at Fort Henry Drive for speeding.

Police say they searched the car and found marijuana.

Police then say they found the Wilks' to be in possession of more marijuana when they arrived at the Kingsport City Jail.

According to police, they also found Ecstasy on Anthony Wilks.

Police seized the vehicle and $11,000 in cash.

Both men will be arrainged today.

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