SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A deputy who works for a Northern California anti-narcotics task force is facing felony drug charges after he was arrested delivering $2 million worth of marijuana to someone in Pennsylvania.

According to a criminal complaint, officers arrested Yuba County Sheriff’s Deputy Christopher M. Heath, along with 2 other men, driving across the country with 122 packages of marijuana. Each package weighed about a pound.

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The trio was stopped on December 29 after police received a tip. All three were booked into York County Prison.

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Heath, 37, was also carrying his badge, his duty firearm and $11,000 in cash, according to the York County District Attorney. He has been released on $1 million bail.

For 3 years, Heath was part of the Yuba County drug task force known as NET-5 which deals with illegal drug possession, manufacture and sales. His unit commander told The Appeal Democrat, Heath lead some 62 criminal marijuana cases.

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Since Heath’s arrest, the Yuba County District Attorney is investigating whether the cases he worked on were tainted. Meantime, Heath has been placed on paid administrative leave.