SWEETWATER COUNTY, WYO \u2013 It began as a simple speeding ticket Saturday morning when deputies from Sweetwater County Sherriff\u2019s Office stopped a 2017 Chrysler Pacifica minivan on Interstate 80 for traveling 90 miles per hour in a 75-mph zone. It was about 9:15am Saturday morning when the Sheriff\u2019s Office\u2019s K9 team made the stop and sniffed out more than 100 pounds of pot. The driver was identified as Nicholas Wyatt Haws, 24, of Rocklin, California, and his passenger as 22-year-old Rayna M. Quiocho, 22, of Citrus Heights, California. Five large duffel bags in the minivan were found to contain about 106.92 pounds of marijuana packaged in vacuum-sealed bags. Haws and Quiocho were arrested without incident and transported to the Sweetwater County Detention Center, where they remain in custody pending an initial appearance in Circuit Court. Both are charged with Unlawful Manufacture or Delivery of a Controlled Substance. Sheriff Mike Lowell said the Sweetwater County Sheriff's Office has adopted a policy of not identifying its dog handlers and their K9 partners by name in the media in drug cases due to incidences of threats elsewhere in the country against law enforcement officers and their dogs. Saturday\u2019s arrests brings the Sheriff\u2019s Office\u2019s canine unit\u2019s marijuana seizures since late October to just under 800 pounds, with an estimated total street value of well over $4 million.