ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Authorities say a man has been arrested at a bus station in Albuquerque for allegedly having crack cocaine in his possession.
Albuquerque police say 29-year-old Luis Manuel Rosales was taken into custody after he got off an Americanos bus at the downtown Greyhound station.
Police found a duffel bag filled with crack cocaine. Police say Rosales denied the bag was his property.
He was arrested and appeared in court Sunday.
Police say the 2.15 kilograms of crack cocaine has an estimated value of $125,000.
KOB-TV says Rosales is being held on suspicion of drug trafficking. It was unclear Sunday whether he had legal representation yet.