MURRAY, Ky. — Calloway County Sheriff’s Depariment arrested a man after a routine traffic stop led to the discovery of suspected methamphetamine and other drugs, officials said Thursday.

Deputies conducted the stop Jan. 23 on Ky 80E near Palestine Church Road for traffic infractions, according to a statement from Kentucky State Police. During the stop, a K-9 unit was deployed to conduct an open-air sniff around the vehicle.

The K-9 alerted authorities to the odor of narcotics, particularly emanating from the driver’s side door. Upon further investigation, deputies found suspected methamphetamine weighing approximately 28 grams, along with a quantity of Xanax and various forms of drug paraphernalia inside the door cavity.

Timothy Foster, 60, of Murray, Kentucky, was arrested and booked into the Calloway County Detention Center on multiple charges, including trafficking controlled substances and possession of drug paraphernalia.

According to authorities, Foster has a prior history of drug-related offenses. He was convicted of trafficking drugs in 1991, stemming from charges filed in 1989.

Foster faces charges including trafficking controlled substances in the first degree, possession of controlled substances in the second degree (unspecified), and possession of drug paraphernalia.