OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A Tuesday traffic stop in Oakland led to a drug arrest and the confiscation of more than $17,000 in drugs and cash, California Highway Patrol officers said.

Around 8:30 p.m., a CHP officer stopped a Chevy Impala for speeding on Frontage Road near West Grand Avenue.

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The officer smelled marijuana during the stop and, following a search of the vehicle, found approximately $7,000 in cash, 100 grams of cocaine valued at approximately $6,000 and 27 grams of marijuana, according to the CHP.

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The driver, identified Ivan Torres, 24, of San Pablo, was arrested on several counts including suspicion of drug possession and drug sales.

Officers later served a warrant at Torres’ home and located an additional $4,000 in cash and evidence of drug sales, officers said.

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