Jose Pineda, 21, was listed from Tallahassee, Fla., according to the warrant, but from Alpharetta according to the arrest report.
The warrant said at 1:24 a.m., Pineda was pulled over when his red Chevy Impala with a Tennessee license plate crossed both lines to the right and left of the lane.
According to officer reports in the warrant, that was when a Cobb police K9 dog alerted officers about something inside the car.
Concealed in 10 car batteries, placed in a suitcase in the back seat and in boxes in the trunk, was 132 pounds of what officials suspect was methamphetamine, “which tested positive during a roadside presumptive field test,” according to the warrant.
Pineda was charged with failure to maintain lane and a felony for trafficking methamphetamine. Pineda is in the Cobb jail and was not granted a bond.