South Bay police dog sniffs out more than two pounds of meth

Zeus stands in front of two pounds of meth he sniffed out in Santa Clara County. (Photo courtesy SCCSET)

January 15, 2014 12:02:58 PM PST
Santa Clara County is proudly showing off its drug-busting canine.

Zeus is a narcotics dogs assigned to the Santa Clara County Specialized Enforcement Team (SCCSET).

He used his highly-trained nose to locate more than two pounds of methamphetamine in a vehicle last Friday.

The bust resulted in the arrest of seven adults and one juvenile suspect.

Zeus is a Labrador.

Santa Clara County officials say Zeus' message is, "Stay away from drugs" and "if you hide it, I will find it."