Lancaster County sheriff's deputies seized a truck and camper and arrested two Oregon residents after finding 129 pounds of marijuana in an Interstate 80 traffic stop Friday, according to court records.
The truck and camper, driven by Adam W. Carr, 23, of North Bend, was pulled over west of the Nebraska 103 exit for driving on the shoulder, according to an affidavit for the men's arrests.
The deputy asked Carr if he was hauling anything illegal in the truck or camper, and Carr told him no.
"Carr ultimately provided consent to search the truck and camper," the deputy wrote in the affidavit.
In the truck, the deputy found two empty plastic dispensary containers smelling of marijuana, and a search of the camper turned up 129 pounds of marijuana hidden in compartments under the bed and seating for a table, the affidavit said.
Carr and his passenger, Logan Taylor, 24, also of North Bend, were arrested.
Each has been charged with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver.
Both Taylor and Carr have been released from jail on bond.