PITTSBURGH - Police say they found $30,000 in drugs hidden under the hood of a North Carolina man's car when they responded to the scene of an accident in Pittsburgh.
Investigators say the drugs were found hidden in the car Monday evening following the crash on Pittsburgh's North Side.
Officials say firefighters spotted the drugs after raising the hood because they were concerned the car could catch fire.
James Chirstiansen Jr. allegedly had numerous bags of mushrooms, 200 ecstasy pills and 11,000 hits of LSD among the drugs hidden beneath the hood.
The Matthews man faces drug possession and related charges. It was not immediately clear if he had an attorney.