A semi-truck in North Carolina was discovered carrying an estimated $90 million worth of liquid methamphetamine. The Harnett County Sheriff's Office seized the truck Saturday and allegedly found the substance in the driver's side fuel tank, per WTVD. The reported 120 gallons of liquid meth could be converted into a whopping 454 kilograms of the powerful stimulant crystal meth, according to Harnett County Sheriff Wayne Coats.
The truck's operator, 49-year-old Raul Topete Arreola, and passenger Aquileo Perez Pineda, 48, were both arrested and charged with three counts of trafficking methamphetamine. The liquid form of meth has been used in the past to smuggle the dangerous drug, including in 2016 when some $900 million worth of the substance was discovered by Australian authorities in a shipment of bra inserts. (Read more methamphetamine stories.)