On Wednesday around 8:30 a.m., Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers in Lafayette County (Troop A), conducted a traffic stop that yielded 200 pounds of marijuana, 16.35 lbs of methamphetamine, 5.2 lbs of cocaine, 4.8 lbs of suspected fentanyl, and approximately $7,400 in cash.

Three subjects were taken into custody, including:

*Manuel E. Pinto Cordero, 77, of Nashville, Tenn. He was charged with four counts of 1st degree felony drug trafficking, and felony possession of a controlled substance.

*Mauro A. Meek, 20, of Antioch, Tenn. He was charged with four counts of 1st degree felony drug trafficking, and felony possession of a controlled substance.

*Jefry A. Velasquez, 24, of Antioch, Tenn. He was charged with four counts of 1st degree felony drug trafficking, and felony possession of a controlled substance. He was also charged with no valid driver's license.

All three were taken to the Lafayette County Jail in Lexington on a 24-hour hold.

"Not your average traffic stop," the highway patrol tweeted.