A traffic stop in Sherman County netted officers a million dollars in drugs.

A criminal complaint says on April 8th, Stratford police stopped a white Kia, for improperly changing lanes

The driver identified as Christopher Scott Crayton, had two containers of marijuana in plain sight on the passenger seat.

Crayton granted a search of the vehicle and the officer found two other containers of marijuana, totaling a weight of about 142.2 grams.

Upon further search, the officer found a backpack in the trunk of the car holding nine packages of cocaine.Crayton was charged with possession of cocaine with intent to distribute.

According to street estimates the drugs are worth around $1 million.