IRON COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – A man has been arrested after Utah Highway Patrol pulled over his car for sporting a fake, handwritten license plate, according to officials.
The car was initially pulled over for violating several different traffic violations, along with a fake license plate that was handwritten with black marker, UHP says.
Troopers discovered the car on Northbound Highway I-15 near milepost 76 in the Iron County area.
During the traffic stop, UHP says they also discovered about seven pounds of methamphetamine in the vehicle, along with a personal stash of meth located on the suspect himself.
According to UHP, the suspect was driving with a suspended driver’s license at the time of arrest.
Currently, the Utah State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) is still investigating the incident.