LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Authorities at Los Angeles International Airport say they are seeing more airline passengers trying to carry marijuana on flights, both in personal items and checked bags.
That's leading to a surge of arrests.
The Los Angeles Times says the sudden increase is a result of legalization in the state, and a saturated market.
Airport police records show LAX made more than 100 trafficking arrests for marijuana in 2018. That's compared to just 38 in 2017 and 20 in 2016.