A Washington State man is charged with trying to deal meth, after a Montana Highway Patrol trooper arrested him in Gallatin County Sunday morning.
According to court records, a trooper pulled over Romuald Voytsekhovskiy for a traffic violation.
He reportedly found more than a pound of meth in Voytsekhovskiy's car. Authorities say it's unclear if the meth was intended to sell in Montana or another state.
The trooper said he also found what appeared to be more than two ounces of heroin.
Voytsekhovskiy faces felony charges of Possession of Dangerous Drugs with Intent to Distribute. A judge set bond at $500,000.