One Pennsylvania man should have used more caution when changing lanes Friday.
Casey Sharp Ward, 21, of various addresses in Montgomery and Delaware counties of Pennsylvania, was stopped in El Reno, Oklahoma after a Canadian County deputy sheriff noticed him change lanes without a signal.
That wasn't all he noticed.
"When the deputy approached the car, he smelled the strong odor of marijuana," according to a report from NewsOn9.com.
With that suspicion in mind, the deputy called in a drug-sniffing dog. Before long, 28 pounds of marijuana was found in Ward's vehicle's trunk.
Sheriff Randall Edwards told KFOR local television news, "It didn’t take a whole lot of investigating once the deputies smelled the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle."
The Pennsylvania man was, according to Channel 6 Oklahoma's Own, charged with "marijuana trafficking, conspiracy to commit a felony, and concealing drug proceeds."