Michigan State Police say they have found more than 100 bricks of cocaine in a pickup truck driven by an 87-year-old man, on Monday.

The man, Leo Sharp, was pulled over on Friday for following too close and improper lane use on Insterstate 94, police said, according to a story on ClickOnDetroit. A K-9 unit then detected the drugs, which were in black bags in the bed of Sharp's pickup truck.

In total, 104 brick-shaped packages of cocaine, weighing about 228 pounds, were confiscated, police said, according to The Associated Press. Sharp was charged with possession with intent to deliver.

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