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(KSL News) A Pleasant Grove man's support for BYU has landed him in jail in Nebraska.
Stanley Suojanen was driving through the state last week when a state trooper pulled him over because his BYU license plate holder was blocking part of the number.
While questioning Suojanen, the trooper grew suspicious and brought out a drug-sniffing dog. The dog then alerted the trooper to almost a ton of marijuana in the bed of Suojanen's truck.
Suojanen now faces charges of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver. He also could face federal charges.