ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A traffic stop turned into a big bust for the Albuquerque Police Department. They say an officer spotted 28-year-old Nathan Martinez driving a car without a license plate. The officer learned Martinez was a convicted felon with a whole lot of things he shouldn’t have.
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It included six guns, three of which came back as stolen, 200 rounds of ammunition, 22 EBT cards, 28 social security cards, 22 driver’s licenses, and a whole lot of drugs and cash. APD also found nearly 3,800 fentanyl pills, 91 grams of heroin, and 441 grams of meth. Along with nearly $9,000. Matinez is charged with felon in possession of a destructive device and drug trafficking.