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Tulsa Police Make Huge Pot Bust

Millions of dollars worth of drugs are off the streets and it all went down after someone phoned in a tip.

The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs say their agents found a semi trailer full of marijuana in Tulsa.

The bricks of pot were hidden inside the walls of the truck.

Agents pulled out pack after pack and said it was just like a pez dispenser.

OBNDD estimates there were about 1,500 pounds of pot worth $1.2 million.

Agents said the bust fell into their laps.

"It's called good law enforcement. We were there when we needed to be and it paid off in spades," David Hale said.

The bureau said the truck likely came from Mexico based on the way the marijuana was packed into the trailer.

Three people are in custody accused of trafficking.

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