Police: 2 Iredell County men found with nearly $200,000 worth of meth inside car

Iredell County Sheriff's Office 

Two men are facing multiple charges after more than 400 grams of methamphetamine were discovered inside their vehicle, according to the Iredell County Sheriff's Office. 

During the early morning hours of Wednesday, Feb. 20 members with the sheriff's office Interstate Criminal Enforcement Team (ICE) stopped a Nissan Altima on I-40 east for traffic violations. 

During the traffic stop, deputies became suspicious of criminal activity and used a narcotics detection canine check the vehicle. During the open-air sniff, canine "Gerry" made a positive alert. 

A search of the vehicle was then conducted. Deputies said they discovered 464.46 grams of crystal methamphetamine that was concealed within a coat and wrapped in a plastic bag inside the car. The estimated street value of the methamphetamine is $185,784.

Carlos Edward Williams Jr. and David Eugene McCord were each was charged with felony trafficking methamphetamine by possession, felony trafficking methamphetamine by transport. Williams was also charged with misdemeanor giving false information to an officer and driving while license revoked.