A Marshalltown man is facing felony charges after being found with nearly 53-pounds of cocaine.
Alfredo Ramos, 49, was a passenger in a semi pulled over for a turn signal violation in Madison County, OH shortly before 3 p.m. Monday.
A State Patrol drug-sniffing canine indicated contraband on board the California registered semi.
Troopers then found cocaine worth $2-million behind a false wall in the trailer.
Along with the Californian driver, Abraham Martinez, Ramos has been charged with federal conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine. They are both being held in the county jail.
If convicted, the two men could face life in prison.